One obstacle may cause Haaland’s transfer to Real Madrid to fail

Marca reported that there is one obstacle that could prevent Erling Haaland from Manchester City from joining Real Madrid in the future.

It is unlikely that the Real Madrid management will try to sign the Norwegian international next summer, but the idea is very likely in the summer of 2025 based on the desire of club president Florentino Perez.

According to the report, Haaland’s current contract with City includes 100% of his image rights, which is completely unacceptable at Real Madrid.

Most likely, Haaland will adhere to this clause as it generates huge amounts of money for him, while the Spanish club always shares these rights with all its players, as was the case with Cristiano Ronaldo himself.

Only in Kylian Mbappe’s contract did the Perez administration accept to negotiate the matter and give him the largest share, while retaining 20% of the rights, as compensation for the huge salary difference with his previous salary at Paris Saint-Germain.

In this case, Haaland will have to give up photo revenue, otherwise it is very unlikely that the Perez administration will acquiesce to him, with expectations that it will be open to a compromise that satisfies all parties, as happened with Mbappe.

It is noteworthy that the English media indicate that there is a penalty clause in Haaland’s contract with City that allows him to leave in 2025 for 175 million euros.

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