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Kevin De-Bruyne - Borussia Dortmund - Ruben Dias - Man City plan to rip up Erling Haaland's contract and give him even bigger new deal - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - Manchester - Norway - Belgium
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Man City plan to rip up Erling Haaland's contract and give him even bigger new deal
Manchester City are likely to rip up Erling Haaland’s contract and give him a new one - if he continues to plunder goals at such a prolific rate.With 11 goals from his opening six Premier League games, the Norwegian ace is on course to break all sorts of scoring records this season.And should he maintain that sizzling form, it will put him in line for a pay rise at the Etihad as reward for a stunning debut campaign in England.READ MORE: Erling Haaland considered Liverpool move but didn't even think about Man Utd transferCity have made a habit of doing that in recent years in order to protect top names from becoming transfer targets for rivals, home and abroad, who offer bigger basic salaries.Ederson, Aymeric Laporte, Bernardo Silva and Ruben Dias are among those to benefit from a bumper pay rise at the end of a brilliant first year with Pep Guardiola’s outfit.Haaland, 22, already pockets £375,000 weekly, making him the club’s joint highest earner alongside Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne .But a source close to the English champions insisted not to rule out an improved contract extension for the forward next May.Boosting the ex-Borussia Dortmund man’s lucrative package of bonuses and add-ons is another option for the City hierarchy if reluctant to break their basic pay structure at the Etihad.Haaland has been sensational since his £51million summer arrival.
Jack Grealish - Borussia Dortmund - Sebastien Haller confirms 'step one' is complete as he begins treatment for testicle tumour - dailystar.co.uk - Austria - Germany - Switzerland
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Sebastien Haller confirms 'step one' is complete as he begins treatment for testicle tumour
Borussia Dortmund striker's illness was confirmed earlier this week after he fell ill during training on Monday, with club medical staff later discovering the tumour. He was subsequently sent home from the club's training camp in Switzerland, with the German side confirming that he would receive further tests later in the week.Haller has now provided his fans with an update after taking to Twitter to tell his followers that he has began treatment on the tumour, tweeting a picture of himself from a hospital bed.READ MORE: Erling Haaland rinses £100m man Jack Grealish with Man City transfer fee jokeAlongside the picture, Haller wrote: “Hello everyone, I wanted to let you know that Step 1 has been completed! “I would like to thank the @BVB and the medical team who were exceptional with me."A big thank you also to all the nursing staff of the hospital for their support - benevolence #step1.”The 28-year-old had travelled with Dortmund to Switzerland for their pre-season training camp prior to falling ill, with friendlies scheduled against Valencia and Villarreal across the border in Austria.Dortmund confirmed the news of his departure from the touring party in a club statement, which read: “In the course of intensive medical examinations, a tumour was finally discovered in the testicles during the course of the day.“During the coming days, further examinations will take place in a specialised medical centre.
Borussia Dortmund - Frankfurt star's head split open as Rangers' John Lundstram avoids red card for challenge - dailystar.co.uk
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Frankfurt star's head split open as Rangers' John Lundstram avoids red card for challenge
Rangers' John Lundstram's left boot split the head open of Eintracht Frankfurt captain Sebastian Rode less than five minutes into their crunch Europa League final showdown in Seville. The semi-final hero was quick to apologise to his counterpart after his studs caught the very top of the forehead of the former Borussia Dortmund man - leaving him covered in blood.Referee Slavko Vincic didn't offer up a card, with VAR officials not suggesting any further action as Rode received medical attention before getting a huge white and blue bandage as well as a fresh shirt all in the opening 10 minutes.One fan wrote on Twitter: "How on earth has Lundstram got away with not getting a yellow for that?"With a second adding: "Lundstram escaping a yellow for scalping Rode is a travesty."With a third saying: "Very nasty challenge on Rode and his head is bloody it’s not serious foul but surely it’s yellow card for Lundstram." HAVE YOUR SAY! How would Rangers fare in the Premier League? Tell us in the comments section And a fourth agreeing: "Lundstram just busted rode's head open with a kick and didnt even get a yellow card."Former Rangers striker Mark Hateley said of the incident on BBC Sportsound: "It's happened so early in the game, I wonder if the referee has taken that into consideration."If it had happened late in the first half, early in the second half, would we have had the same outcome? A different referee might have seen it completely differently."Lundstram had said before the fixture: "My form is a lot better and it coincides with the run we’ve had."It helps to get a run of games to try and show what I can do."I’m glad it’s turned out the way it has and just thankful to the manager for giving me the opportunity.
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