Politics Haaland, Real made a terrible mistake
market value updates in the Bundesliga: Haaland is at the top - FC Bayern loses significantly
The online portal transfermarkt.de published the new market values for the Bundesliga on Wednesday. In the course of the update, the FC Bayern emerges as the biggest loser, while Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho remain the two most valuable players. © Provided by 90min According to transfermarkt.de, Erling Haaland is the most valuable player in the Bundesliga | Pool / Getty Images Of course, these are not official figures, but the market values on transfermarkt.de offer an interesting benchm
Next summer, Real Madrid will attempt a galactic blow by trying to recruit Kylian Mbappé and / or Erling Braut Haaland. Two players who have one thing in common, in addition to the fact of panicking Europe and breaking all records of precocity: they could both have joined the Merengues in the past. We know the story of Mbappé, who had visited the facilities in Madrid when he was a kid, then who was targeted by Real in 2017. With Haaland, the White House also missed the boat a few years ago. Haaland was available for 8 million euros It was in 2019, precisely. Haaland was playing in Molde, in his country. Real Madrid had observed it then, but Florentino Pérez's club was targeting the Brazilian market at the time (Vinicius, Rodrygo, Reynier ...). And that summer, the Merengues had set their sights on Luka Jovic, recruited at a gold price (60 million euros), and already left on loan in Frankfurt. Meanwhile, Haaland had spun to Salzburg for 8 million euros. Twenty-eight goals later, he will be sold during the winter to Dortmund for 20 million euros, excluding bonuses. Its value has since exploded. Real, who dream of it, knows it all too well. Read also: Haaland, it's monstrous Mbappé, the clause that complicates the
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Indigenous groups post billboards urging senators to confirm Deb Haaland .
Indigenous groups are putting pressure on senators with billboards posted in multiple states urging them to confirm Rep. Deb Haaland (D-N.M.) to lead the Interior Department.The billboards have gone up in West Virginia, Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota, home of Sens. Joe Manchin (D), John Barrasso (R), Steve Daines (R) and Mike Rounds (R), respectively. Daines in particular has been one of Haaland's most vocal opponents. The black and whiteThe billboards have gone up in West Virginia, Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota, home of Sens. Joe Manchin (D), John Barrasso (R), Steve Daines (R) and Mike Rounds (R), respectively. Daines in particular has been one of Haaland's most vocal opponents.