Erling 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.
Long driving is the carnival sideshow of the sport of golf, but sometimes the freak show can be amusing. For example, long drive champ Justin James wouldn’t sniff money in a PGA tournament, but his recent attempt to drive the green on a 555-yard Par 5 at Bay Hill across a massive lake is worth a watch.To be clear, the wraparound Par 5 is measured at 555-yards, but it’s a measly 387 yards to clear the water from tee to green. No one would obviously ever try this in a tour event because it’s competitive suicide, but this isn’t that. James put a bunch of balls in the water, but did eventually put balls on the green from three different tee boxes. He better enjoy it, because judging by his swing he’ll eventually snap his back in half at some point.Watch this dude swing from the heels in a display that will make golf purists vomit all over themselves.