Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland might be in line to move out of Germany this summer and there’s a long list of clubs who could sign him up.
Mino Raiola had previously hinted that the player is looking to head for greener pastures despite joining BVB just one year ago. And according to a report in the Daily Mail, there are a few clubs whose bids Haaland will consider if he wants to join a new side next season.
They cite Bild saying: “Chelsea ‘have no chance’ of signing Erling Haaland with the deadly striker only attracted to six clubs if he leaves Borussia Dortmund in the summer.
“The 20-year-old would reportedly only sign for Liverpool, Manchester City or Manchester United in the Premier League, while he is also interested in Real Madrid, Barcelona or Juventus.
“According to Sport Bild, Haaland has narrowed his suitors down to the half-a-dozen mentioned, discounting Chelsea and Bayern Munich.
“The report says Haaland only want to join ‘an absolute top club’ and this suggests Chelsea doesn’t fall into this category in his view.”
Where will Erling Haaland end up next season?
It’s pretty clear that Mino Raiola is ready to push Erling Haaland out of Dortmund as soon as possible and given the kind of form he’s in right now, every interested club will be willing to pay top dollar to sign him in the summer.
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Clubs like Real Madrid and Juventus remain clear favourites to sign him but given the financial power of the Premier League sides, Erling Haaland could very well be plying his trade in England next season.
The report claims that Chelsea are not being considered as a suitable destination but that won’t stop Roman Abramovich from launching a bid in the summer.
BVB will not want to see Erling Haaland leave after just one year but they will have little power if the player pushes for a move at the end of the season.
So far this campaign, the 20-year-old has scored 17 goals in 18 Bundesliga games for Dortmund and if Mino Raiola had his way then Haaland will be joining the club who are going to outbid all the other sides in the transfer race.