TURIN – Haaland's transition from Salzburg to Borussia Dortmund surprised everyone. In the previous hours, there was no talk of anything but a head to head between Juventus and Manchester United to buy the young Norwegian phenomenon. Instead, he eventually ended up in Germany, at Dortmund, a club that nobody had talked about until the official announcement of the passage of the baby bomber in yellow and black.
But why did Juve, who had it in his hand also thanks to the excellent relationships of collaboration with the agent Mino Raiola, pulled back at the last moment? We all asked ourselves a bit. TuttoSport provides a response, a newspaper very close to the fate of the reigning Italian champions.
According to TuttoSport, a newspaper directed by Jacobelli, Borussia Dortmund paid the insane amount of 125 million euros to burn off the fierce competition from Juventus, Manchester United and Leipzig.
A monstrous figure that is made up of 22 million for the attacker's card, 8 of commissions to the father of the baby talent, 15 to agent Mino Raiola, who oversaw the negotiation. To all this must be added the salary: 40 million net, which become 40 gross and must be multiplied for five years.
In short, there is no lack of money at Juve, but this investment made no sense with the presence of Gonzalo Higuain, Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala in the squad. To which must be added the external strikers Federico Bernardeschi and Douglas Costa. Too much even for an ambitious club, and running on three fronts, like Juventus.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano