Dortmund makes more money, but Haaland is the club’s fifth-largest club | German football

Buy low and sell high. It sounds simple, but this is the equivalent that few organizations in the world of soccer can achieve. And Borussia Dortmund is one of them. With the transition from Haaland to Manchester City, the German team has also increased its revenue reached almost 450 million euros in revenue from its top 10 sales.

The price is different from all that has been received by Dortmund with the departure of these players and the money used by the club to sign them. Among the names include Dembélé, Sancho, Aubameyang and Pulisic. The fourth is all ahead of Haaland, which has been sold to City for a release price of 60 million euros.

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Regularly rated as one of the most expensive players today, Haaland has a limited edition of Borussia Dortmund. The price is a fraction of deal that brought the striker to the German team in January 2020while Norwegian has been coveted by many major organizations in Europe.

However, sales of the opponent represent a return of 200% for the Borussia Dortmundwho got him for 20 million euros from RB Salzburg in early 2020. But it is still far from the benefits made with Dembélé, selling four times that he paid, and Sancho, passing to United for 10 times its value.

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Borussia Dortmund’s big profits, however, do not indicate that the club’s balance sheet is in good shape. The Yellow team also spends money on players who do not return.

Immobile joined the team in 2014 for 18.5 million euros, signed by Torino. Next season, he was sold to Sevilla for 11 million euros. Yarmolenko received 25 million in 2017/18 and left the group for 20 million in 2018/19.

Considering the right to move to the next season, like the sale of Haaland and the arrival of Adeyemi and Schlotterbeck, The Borussia Dortmund recorded a balance of 129.14 million euros in the last 10 years. The club spent 772.74 million at the time, but earned 901.88 in sales.

Haaland has yet to comment after the announcement of the Manchester City deal starting next season. He will be up against this Saturday, against Hertha Berlin, in his last game for Borussia Dortmund. In the German team, he has scored 85 goals in 88 games so far. The Norwegian has signed until 2027 with Pep Guardiola team.

Haaland and Sancho, with the 2020/21 German Cup: Borussia Dortmund second and fifth eyes – Photo: Alexandre Simoes / Borussia Dortmund by Getty Images

Borussia Dortmund Top 10 Sales – Photo: Print / Exchange

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