Erling Haaland travels to the French Riviera for showdown talks with Mino Raiola as he nears Man City transfer

ERLING HAALAND reportedly traveled to Monaco on Sunday to meet agent Mino Raiola.

The forward is set to join Manchester City this summer after claiming he has agreed a £500,000-a-week deal with Pep Guardiola’s side.

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Erling Haaland – who is expected to join Manchester City – flew to Monaco on Sunday to meet agent Mino RaiolaCredit: Getty

With City set to trigger his £64million release clause, Haaland has reportedly flown to the French Riviera for talks with Raiola, who lives in the Principality.

He reportedly attended a brief session with Dortmund on Sunday morning before flying out.

According to the German newspaper Nachrichten of the Ruhrthe purpose of the meeting was to finish finalizing Haaland’s future.

April 30 would be the deadline to activate his release clause, as they should.

Haaland’s move to City could even be announced next week.

The Premier League leaders are set to win a hotly contested race for his signature ahead of Real Madrid and Barcelona.

He could still join the former in the future, however, with The temperature claiming City told him he could go to Madrid on his next move.

Haaland’s £500,000-a-week contract is expected to make him City’s biggest earner, eclipsing Kevin De Bruyne’s £385,000 weekly package.

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The striker has enjoyed another goalscoring campaign at Dortmund, netting 25 times in 27 appearances this season.

In total, he bagged 82 goals in 86 appearances for the Bundesliga outfit, also assisting with 23.

Haaland will follow in the footsteps of his father Alf-Inge, who made 45 appearances for City between 2000 and 2003.

Erling is quite fond of a trip to Monaco.

Last May, he took a private jet to the Principality to watch the Monaco Grand Prix from a yacht.

Haaland, 21, poses with a fan as he attends the Monaco GP

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Haaland, 21, poses with a fan as he attends the Monaco GPCredit: Getty

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