2022 summer transfer window is set to be very interesting as big deals will be completed by top clubs who want the best players.
Among the players to will likely be on the move include; Erling Haaland, Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and the other top stars.
Borusia Dortmund are likely to lose their 20 years old striker, Erling Haaland as several clubs will be after his signature because of the release clause which will be active.
According to the The Daily Times sports news reports, Mino Raiola (agent to Erling Haaland) is set to hold transfer talks with Manchester City over a potential move in 2022 summer transfer window.
The reports claim that Raiola will meet with Manchester City representatives in January to discuss this potential big move.
Erling Haaland who was previously rated at £200 million is set to be worth £75 million as his release clause will be activated next summer.
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