According to many media outlets, Erling Braut Haaland must be as good as his preparation for Manchester City.
There has long been talk that a club buying the Norwegian would have to pay €75m (around 750m kroner) – although this has not been confirmed and Dortmund themselves have denied this amount.
In any case, the OBOS Club Bryne FK will leave about 1.6 percent of the transfer fee – the so-called solidarity funds. This is according to norwegian football federation.
– There was a lot of talking for months. We’re very close to that, General Manager Bryne Hans-Øyvind Sagen tells Dagbladet about the months-long transitional saga.
– very nice
For Brin, 1.6 percent would correspond to about 12 million NOK – if said clause were true.
– It’s nice to be able to get an estimated 12 million kronor as part of the transfer fee to Bryne, which is great, says Sagen and continues:
Giving Erling Braut Haaland his status means that Bryne FK has a factor of x in developing the economic basis, based on where Erling Braut Haaland comes from. Then we can use some of that money as a starting point for permanent revenue-based concepts.
Haaland was in Brienne until he was 16 years and six months old. Clubs receive solidarity money based on how long and how long a player has been in the club since he was 12 years old. Watch the Norwegian Football Association’s account here:
Sagen notes that Jærhallen has already been upgraded recently, but there are other artificial turf pitches and stadium facilities that will be upgraded in the future. Then the money from the sale of Haaland will come in handy.
– This means that we have received money that we can use to develop the club in terms of facilities, facilities and ambitions. It gives us a more solid foundation, says Sagen.
Now she will continue to focus on both the elite and the breadth of the club.
– What we thought, if and when, was that this is first of all very nice to Erling Haaland himself and Alfie Haaland. It is a dream and a beautiful wonderful. For Brin, we’ll spend a little in the spirit of Erling Braut Haaland, on lasting effects, says Sagen.
At Bryne, Erling Braut Haaland and his father Alfie have contributed to what the club calls the Haaland Academy – a leadership network where they have professional pools.
About a month ago, they visited Dortmund, where there was a program with Alfie Haaland before the visitors attended the match, and then had dinner and a meeting with Erling Braut Haaland.
The X-factor Erling Braut Haaland is unique to Bryne compared to all other football clubs in Norway, says Sagen.
About 1 percent of the transitional amount was left to his generator in solidarity funds.
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