Kahn reveals Bayern tried to sign Haaland, but the terms weren’t met.
Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has revealed they tried everything to sign Erling Haaland last summer. but does not want to destroy the wage structure for this striker alone
Haaland join Manchester City from Borussia Dortmund for an initial £51 million last summer. But the total is around £85.5 million plus agent fees and other add-ons.
Many clubs are interested in the Norwegian pioneer. But not many clubs can actually sign him considering all the money. Including the enormous wages of the person as well
“We tri everything get Erling Haaland last year. We even decide reach our financial limit.
Have to decide whether we want to destroy wage structure or not. Which we are not ready to do that It’s not Bayern style.”
‘More to come!’ – Haaland makes 2023 vow after breaking another Premier League record with Man City
Erling Haaland has vowed to deliver even more for Manchester City in 2023 after breaking yet another Premier League record against Everton.
Haaland set another new Premier League mark on Saturday as he netted his 21st goal for Manchester City against Everton. He has now scored more goals before the turn of the year than any other player in a single English top-flight season. Despite missing a month due to the World Cup break.
It wasn’t all positive for Haaland, though, with Demarai Gray hitting an equaliser for Everton that saw them snatch a 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium to leave City seven points behind Arsenal in the title race.