Norway international striker Erling Haaland is spending his winter break at Marbella, and unsurprisingly, he has faced many questions about his future for fans.
Norway international is probably the most needed player in the world. Real Madrid and Barcelona are working hard to lure him to Spain, while Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Liverpool are all monitoring the situation.
It has recently been reported that Haaland will be in Spain, especially Real Madrid.
Now, AS says he has even told local fans: “[Next year] I will play here, in Spain.”
Whether that statement is true or not is a matter of debate. Anyone who has ever seen an interview with Haaland will know that he is willing to say whatever he thinks will cause him a funny reaction to him.
However, with these comments coming after the revelation of his desire to join Real or Barcelona, you can’t help but wonder.
Dortmund have yet to give up hope of keeping Haaland and are ready to pay him the highest salary in the club’s history to convince him to stay at least one season when he can be sold for his real value and not his £ 68m release. clause.
They are expected to seek a meeting with the Haaland camp in the coming days to clarify his plans for the future, and BILD said he would be given until the end of February to clarify his intentions.
Dortmund are looking for ample time to find a replacement, with Karim Adeyemi of Red Bull Salzburg and Mohamed-Ali Cho of Angers both on the radar.