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Cars, mansions and watches: how Haaland enjoys the $35 million Man City pay him

By Alejandro Lopez Vega

Cars, mansions and watches: how Haaland enjoys the $35 million Man City pay him

The Norwegian striker is one of the most important players in the world.

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Erling Haaland joined Manchester City in the summer of 2022 from Borussia Dortmund. Pep Guardiola felt that his team lacked a striker who could take advantage of the plethora of scoring opportunities that the rest of the players created and so he put his faith in him. And he was not wrong. With 52 goals in 53 games, the Norwegian striker led the Citizens to the Treble in his first season, something they had never achieved before.

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This made Erling one of the most valuable players in the world. In fact, according to the specialized website Transfermarkt, his market value is €180 million (almost $200 million). That's why the English side want to keep him happy and pay him a salary that is among the highest in Europe: he makes $35 million per year, without taking into account bonuses and commercial agreements.

And Haaland knows how to enjoy that money. He has several mansions in different countries around the world. For example, he owns a house in Malaga and another one in Marbella, both in Spain. The latter is valued at $7.12 million and includes luxuries such as sauna, swimming pool and many subway spaces that ensure his privacy. He also has, for example, a luxury apartment in Oslo, valued at $3.28 million.

He is also a car fanatic and has an impressive collection. The most expensive of all is a white Rolls Royce Cullinan in which he usually goes to Manchester City's training sessions, valued at more than $380,000. In addition, when he arrived in England he bought a $150,000 Audi Carbon Black, in addition to his Range Rover Sport ($150,000) and his Mercedes-AMG GLE Coupé ($114,000).

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His other passion

In addition to cars and mansions, Erling Haaland spends a fortune on watches. He has a luxurious collection that includes a gold Royal Oak Jumbo valued at nearly $350,000, a Rolex Dayton Eye of The Tiger worth nearly $300,000, a $140,000 Patek Philippe Nautilus Blue Dial and an $80,000 rose gold Vacheron Constantin.


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