Erling Haaland

Erling Haaland: What's his net worth & how much does he earn?

Sean Walsh
Haaland is one of the most famous players in the world
Haaland is one of the most famous players in the world / Lars Baron/GettyImages
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Manchester City have completed the signing of Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.

The Norway international joins for a £51m fee, with Man City's total outlay reaching £85.5m after factoring in agent fees, signing bonuses and other costs.

That's quite a lot of money. But how much is Haaland really worth and how much does he earn? Let's take a look...


What is Erling Haaland's net worth?

Towards the end of his spell at Borussia Dortmund, financial experts estimated that Haaland's net worth stood at around £9m.

However, a big-money move to Man City featuring a huge pay rise will obviously have increased this value, though no new estimations have been made since this transfer.


How much money does Erling Haaland earn?

Haaland will earn roughly £375,000-a-week at Man City, which equates to around £19.5m over the course of a full year.

Only new teammate Kevin De Bruyne and Manchester United duo Cristiano Ronaldo and David de Gea are believed to earn more. 90min understands that Mohamed Salah is demanding a wage hike in excess of £400,000-a-week from Liverpool, which would also see him overtake Haaland's salary.

Haaland also makes additional earnings through sponsors, though is currently without an official boot supplier after leaving Nike in March. Puma and adidas are both interested in making him one of their star athletes, and Haaland could command up to £50m for any deal.


How many followers does Erling Haaland have on social media?

As is the case with most modern sporting superstars, Haaland has quite the following on social media.

The Norwegian has 1.9m followers on Twitter, 16.3m on Instagram and 13m on his official Facebook page.

Haaland is not currently on TikTok, but would you really rule out him signing up for the popular app in the near future?

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