The Bild, a sports newspaper that is based in Germany confirmed the news on its official website. According to reports, Haaland gave every one of his teammates and members of staff, a Rolex watch.
He was given an emotional farewell in the club's last home game of the season at the Signal Iduna Park in the 2-1 victory against Hertha Berlin where he scored the equalising goal.
The forward player is expected to join Manchester City on July 1st, 2022 when the summer transfer window opens. He is expected to earn £375,000, the same amount that Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne earns, according to reports, the Cityzens triggered his release clause of £65 million.
Haaland has been in a fantastic form since he joined the Black and Yellow as they are popularly called from Red Bull Salzburg.