If Man City complete a historic treble this season Erling Haaland could be set for an incredible set of bonuses, it has been revealed.
The Norwegian hitman has helped himself to an incredible 51 goals in 47 appearances in his debut season in England after his arrival from Borussia Dortmund for $65.5m last summer.
And despite being the second-highest player in the Premier League behind team-mate and assist king Kevin De Bruyne, Haaland could earn up to an astonishing $4.66m just in bonuses if City win the treble this season, and, if the star striker wins the Ballon d’Or and the Golden Boot at the end of the season.
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According to talkSPORT, Man City’s number nine would earn a whopping $1.26m each for winning the Premier League, the Ballon d’Or, and if he is able to help guide the club to the first Champions League title in their history.
Another $440,000 would be paid out to Haaland if Man City are able to beat bitter city rivals Man United on 3 June in the FA Cup final on the 100th anniversary since Wembley staged its first final, as well as an additional $440,000 for what now seems to be a shoo-in more ways than one to be the Premier League’s top goal scorer, with Haaland’s 35 goals taking him nine clear of his nearest challenger Harry Kane.