Erling Haaland has yet to define his future, but Manchester City seems to be one of the most viable options, so his arrival would not come as a surprise. However, the arrival of the Norwegian would have consequences, such as the departure of players to cash in on the millionaire Borussia Dortmund star, and Gabriel Jesus seems to be the chip that would help the Norwegian to reach the Citizen squad.
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With the summer transfer window just around the corner, clubs around the world are scrutinizing the best players on the planet in search of the ideal transfer to bolster their squads.
But managers are not only thinking about transfers, but sales are also of great importance. Making cash to be able to buy other players is essential and there are also cases of players who have to leave after the arrival of others for the same position.
City management to sell Gabriel Jesus if Haaland arrives
This is the case of Gabriel Jesus, who could be hurt by the hypothetical arrival of Erling Haaland at Manchester City. So says 'Daily Star', which notes that the 24-year-old Brazilian striker will put an end to his time at the English club if the Norwegian star arrives.
But Gabriel Jesus would not be without a team for long, as Juventus would have reserved a place for him in their team. The Citizens are studying the operation and hope to get 77 million euros for the sale of the Brazilian international, a figure that, in turn, would help finance Haaland's arrival at City.
Gabriel Jesus joined Manchester City from Palmeiras in the 2016/17 season and has since scored 89 goals and dished out 38 assists since then. The Brazilian is in his sixth season with City and has won everything domestically with the English side.
How much is City willing to offer for Haaland?
The team led by Guardiola is ready to throw the house out the window. In fact, they would even pay around 119 million euros to Borussia Dortmund.
To all this is added the fact that it will shield the player, who would be the best paid in the Premier League with a salary of 30 million euros net per year.
The Sun has learned that Erling Haaland, however, does not want to be tied down by anyone for a long time. That is why the Norwegian would have asked City to place a release clause in his contract, which would allow him to leave City and not have to use the transfer request.