Borussia Dortmund will apparently look for an expense in the district of €150 million for Erling Haaland in the impending summer move window, as per the most recent data from Germany.
The Norwegian forward is without a doubt perhaps the most sought after player in world football as of now, given his faltering goalscoring record since getting paperwork done for Dortmund over a year ago.
Since arriving from Red Bull Salzburg, Haaland has scored 47 goals in only 48 games, enlisting a further 11 assist in the process. It doesn’t come as a surprise to see the 20 year-old become link with each and every top club in Europe as of now.
As indicated by German paper BILD, Borussia Dortmund have put a base sticker price of €150 million on the player – ahead of what is required to be a bustling summer of exchanges and talks for the Leeds-born striker.
BILD proceed to guarantee that there are at any rate six clubs that have moved toward either the player’s current situation, or Borussia Dortmund straightforwardly to get some information about Haaland’s status. In any case, it is explained that there is yet to be any conventional offer put on the table.
Of those six clubs, Manchester City are believed to be one, after a selective report from the Mail this week recommended that authorities from the Etihad had started beginning contacts with Haaland delegates. A similar report likewise asserted that City were driving Chelsea and Real Madrid in the race for the player.
Manchester City are known to be prepared to spend huge this mid year, explicitly as they continued looking for a top class center forward. The fate of Sergio Aguero is still in question with the Argentine’s contract terminating in June, while Gabriel Jesus has been not exactly persuading according to certain fans when beginning in the solitary striker position.
Alongside Erling Haaland, Manchester City have additionally been connected with Harry Kane of Tottenham, while there have likewise been ideas that they are admirers of Romelu Lukaku – although the Belgian is accepted to be slanted on remaining in Serie A.