Haaland costs 75 million

first_imgErling Haaland is the new attraction of the Bundesliga. The Norwegian star signed for Dortmund a little over a month ago and has not taken long to attest to his power in the top German competition. It takes five goals in just 57 minutes on the pitch and he has returned to the Borusser team (he is in fourth position just four points behind the leader, the Leipzig) to fight for the salad bowl. Of course, Haaland himself considers his stage at the Signal Iduna Park as an intermediate step before making the jump to a top club in Europe and, therefore, He insisted on including a termination clause in his contract with the BVB.According to the German newspaper Sport Bild, the price to be paid for one of the most sought-after jewels on the market is 75 million euros. Initially, his father Alf-Inge Haaland and his agent Mino Raiola wanted to set a clause around 50 million before heading to Dortmund, but finally gave in to the insistence of the German team and agreed to raise it to 75 million. The greats of Europe, therefore, already know what they will have to pay for Haaland, yes, in the future still far since This clause does not enter into force until after the next summer market. The Haaland operation is a round business from the point of view of Borussia. In case the player wanted to leave the club before 2024, at which time his contract with the black-and-yellow team ends, Dortmund would always enter more money than he disbursed for the transfer (the RB Salzburg charged 20 million), the card and even the goalscorer’s premiums of only 19 years of age. These figures are further proof of the cunning Borusser in the transfer market. He not only acquired goals, but also the future surplus value of a player who has already unleashed madness in western Germany: The Dortmund wears 5000 shirts sold in just three weeks.last_img read more

Women’s Basketball Races Past Sacred Heart, 95-59, In WNIT First Round

first_imgStory Links Box Score (PDF) Full Schedule Roster Photo Gallery Second Photo Gallery at UNI 3/19/2016 – 7:00 PM Previewcenter_img Listen Live Next Game: Box Score (HTML) Live Stats ESPN Des Moines DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s basketball team opened the game on a 12-0 scoring run to race past Sacred Heart University, 95-59, in the first round of the WNIT on Thursday night at the Knapp Center. Drake (23-9) sophomore Maddy Dean (Jordan, Minn.) nailed a long three-pointer just fifty seconds with an assist from junior Lizzy Wendell (Blue Springs, Mo.). Wendell then followed with a layup off an assist from junior Caitlin Ingle (Runnells, Iowa), who nabbed the first of 10 team steals and hit Wendell with a perfect pass. Wendell then made another three-pointer off another assist from Ingle, who finished with a game-high 12, and Dean and Wendell each had baskets in the initial scoring run before Sacred Heart scored its first points 4:30 into the game. Wendell was the leading scorer for Drake with 24 points on 10-of-15 shooting while freshman Sara Rhine (Eldon, Mo.) scored 15 points and Dean had 14 points. Senior Emma Donahue (Naperville, Ill.) and freshman Nicole Miller (Walker, Iowa) were the other Bulldogs to reach double-figure points with 12 and 11 points, respectively. Sacred Heart (20-13) from Fairfield, Conn., and members of of the American East Conference was led by Adaysha Williams’ 15 points while Cleo Polyzou had 11 points and Hannah Kimmel scored 10 points. Drake never trailed in its first WNIT win since 2008 when the Bulldogs beat Green Bay in the first round. On Thursday night, all nine Bulldogs scored at least three points and handed out at least one assist. Drake made 36-of-63 shots from the floor, including making 12-of-28 from behind the three-point line, while dishing out 29 assists. Drake led by as many 38 points late in the game in the first-ever meeting between the two teams. The Bulldogs forced 21 turnovers by the Pioneers and scored 35 points off the miscues. Drake’s bench scored 38 points. The opening round win sets up a rematch in the second round with in-state rival and fellow MVC member, UNI, on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the McLeod Center in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The game will broadcast on 1350-AM ESPN and check back later to www.GoDrakeBulldogs.com for possible online stream details. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more