How much Erling Haaland has earned since joining Man City as stunning wages and bonuses confirmed
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The amount of money Erling Haaland has earned since joining Manchester City has been confirmed.
Since then, the Norwegian has been breaking records left, right and centre as he set a new Premier League record for most goals scored in one season.
Haaland played a huge part as City completed a historic treble by winning the Premier League, FA Cup and the Champions League.
Since winning those trophies, Haaland has reportedly received bonuses on top of his salary, which is believed to be £375,000 per week.
In addition, the FA Cup triumph is believed to have brought Haaland an extra £350,000. The same figure would have been earned after clinching the Premier League’s Golden Boot.
It has been claimed that Haaland would have received bonuses for winning the PFA Player of the Year and Football Writers’ Player of the Year, plus being named in the PFA Team of the Year.
Last month, Haaland came second in the Ballon d’Or rankings to Argentina legend Lionel Messi but did win the Gerd Muller award, which is awarded to the top striker of the season.
On the award, Haaland said: “It’s a huge honour to receive the Gerd Muller Trophy. I couldn’t have scored the number of goals I did last season without all of my teammates and this award is another reminder of the incredible year we all enjoyed together.
“We work hard every day to win every game and every competition we play in, but to not only lift the first Champions League in this Club’s history but also the Premier League and FA Cup is something none of us could have imagined.”
He continued: “I’m proud of what we achieved as a team last season, but our focus now is on trying to do it all again this year.”