Although still under contract until 2024, Erling Haaland is expected to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer. Agent of the Norwegian striker, Mino Raiola denied certain amounts advanced concerning a transfer of his protégé.
Mino Raiola denies Erling Haaland
Borussia Dortmund had achieved a nice blow by recruiting Erling Haaland during the winter of 2020. In competition with the big engines of Europe, the German club had snatched the center-forward from RB Salzburg. A check for 20 million euros was enough for the Marsupials to sign the Norwegian international (10 caps / 6 goals). The management of the BVB should realize a huge capital gain in the coming months if their 20-year-old striker is sold. According to information from Catalan radio RAC 1, it will be necessary to break the piggy bank in these times of crisis to sign Borussen. The media indicates that it will take up to 150 million euros to secure its services in the next transfer window. The player’s salary would be set at 30 million euros. His agent and his father would each collect 20 million each as commission fees. However, these figures put forward by the radio are false according to Mino raiola, the representative of the Norwegian.
Raiola denounces “fake news”
The famous Italian agent mocked these amounts in a tweet. “False information travels fast and far,” posted Mino Raiola on his Twitter account. However, Erling Haaland’s representative did not advance any amount regarding a possible transfer of his protégé. The future of it is already written in dotted lines in Dortmund. Recently, the player’s agent and father met with officials from FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. It was at the end of these meetings that these figures were put forward by Catalan radio which revealed the difficulties that Barça will have to complete such a case. Announced on the shelves of the two Spanish giants, the Scandinavian crack is also courted in the Premier League. His name is notably associated with Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United. It remains to be seen which of these contenders will meet both the “real” demands of Dortmund and Mino Raiola.