The more you play, the better, Haaland is about to receive a rare privilege in Manchester City

It is possible that Erling Haaland will receive a new ‘contract’ from Man City if he continues to maintain his current form.

Erling Haaland is the name that is causing the world’s press to spend the most ink in recent times. Since switching to Man City, this player has continuously set records that many players have to shake their heads.

Most recently, in the Manchester derby, the Norwegian striker surprised the whole of Europe when he scored a hat-trick against MU and with that was a double assist for his teammate Foden to score.

Up to the present time, the striker born in 2000 has scored 14 goals after only 8 matches in the Premier League, this is a number that other strikers can’t even dream of. However, Haaland is making this a reality.

Before Haaland’s brilliant performance, the Daily Star revealed, Man City are considering a salary increase for him. Currently, the former Dortmund star is receiving £ 375,000 per week. He and “conductor” De Bruyne are the two highest-paid people of the Etihad Stadium team.

Notably, some sources said that, in addition to the salary increase, The Citizen will also give Haaland a favor that not everyone has, which is to extend his contract with him in May 2023. Of course, in order not to break the salary structure of the whole team, the Norwegian star will receive more bonuses and other extras.

The signing of a new contract is not only a word of encouragement and encouragement for this “monster”, but it is also a “lock” for Man City to lock its star in front of the gazes of the big European giants. Europe, especially Real Madrid.

Currently, the record for scoring in a single season in the Premier League is held by Mohamed Salah when he scored 32 goals in the 2017/18 season with Liverpool. Haaland currently has 14 goals, 7 goals ahead of competitor Harry Kane and if he continues to play so well, it is only a matter of time before he breaks the record of the Egyptian striker.

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