Manchester City hitman, Erling Haaland, does not have a specific release clause in his contract pertaining to Real Madrid.
Newsbreak.ng reports that the Norwegian striker signed a five-year deal with Manchester City in May and the contract includes various different clauses. However, according to Goal, there is no specific termination clause in it that would allow the 22-year-old to sign for Real Madrid in the event they were interested in acquiring the player.
Also, there is no exclusive clause by which Madrid could sign Haaland for less money than other clubs.
Haaland has made an instant impact at City after signing from Borussia Dortmund, netting 14 goals in just eight English Premier League (EPL) games.
There have been rumours a clause in his contract could allow Madrid to sign the Norwegian for €200m in 2024. But that’s not true.
Haaland’s father, Alf Inge, has also revealed Real Madrid were an option for his son last summer but were overlooked for Pep Guardiola’s wards.
City coughed up €60m to Dortmund for Haaland and acquired the attacker on a five-year deal.
The goal-poacher earns a salary of €20m (£17m/$19m) net per season, plus bonuses, and will take home around €200m gross for his five years at Manchester.