Not Haaland, the Manchester City player that will triple his current wages

A Manchester City player will receive bigger wages than his current salary, but it isn't Haaland.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Erling Haaland won't triple his wages in the Manchester City squad unlike his teammate.
Erling Haaland won't triple his wages in the Manchester City squad unlike his teammate.
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Manchester City has world-class players in their squad who have delivered on the pitch. Among those world-class players are Erling Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Rodri, and Ederson. Man City has managed to bring in more talent to the squad and keeps players by signing them to new contract extensions. Manchester City wants to offer a new contract extension to one of their players for their recent performances.

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According to, the highest earner of Manchester City is Kevin De Bruyne, who makes a weekly salary of 400,0000 pounds and a yearly salary of 20.8 million pounds. Erling Haaland makes the second most in the squad, with a weekly salary of 375,000 pounds and a yearly salary of 19.5 million pounds. They are arguably one of the best players in the world. While De Bruyne could be offered a new contract this summer to avoid Saudi Arabia's interest, Haaland looks set to stick with his current contract. Haaland is rumored to be chased by Real Madrid, but Man City looks confident in not selling anytime soon. While Haaland's contract seems to stay as it is, his teammate's contract will triple.

Daily Mail reporter Jack Gaughan reports that Oscar Bobb is set to sign a new long-term contract with Manchester City. Bobb set for new Man City deal after impressing Pep Guardiola in his debut season in the Premier League. The wages he is currently on will be tripled in the new contract that is to be offered to him. reports that he earns a weekly salary of 8,000 pounds and a yearly salary of 416,000 pounds. He could earn up to 24,000 a week and 1.2 million pounds a year.

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