Borussia Dortmund interim boss Edin Terzic, unfazed by Mino Raiola and Alf-Inge’s major European tour as they try to spark a bidding war for Erling Haaland, insisting ‘they are adults and can choose what they want’
- Erling Haaland is, next to Kylian Mbappé, the most popular football league at the moment
- Barcelona and Real Madrid are the Spanish clubs interested in his signature
- Man City, United, Chelsea and Liverpool are also said to be in contention with Haaland
- Dortmund has an enormous task to hold on to their star human
Borussia Dortmund’s agent, Edin Terzic, refuses to be carried away by the furore surrounding the future of star striker Erling Haaland.
Haaland, along with Kylian Mbappé, is currently the most popular player in world football and has interest from Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, while Premier League teams Man City, United, Liverpool and Chelsea are also believed to be on his signature. stand.
Haaland’s agent Mino Raiola and player’s father Alf-Inge were seen in Spain last week negotiating with both Barca and Madrid, with reports also claiming the pair will be flying to England for talks with the Premier League’s elite for a To unleash bidding war. .
The future of Norwegian star Erling Haaland will dominate the headlines in the coming months
Dortmund boss Edin Terzic insists he is not surprised at all the talk about Haaland’s future
Haaland, whose Dortmund side will take on suitors City in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final at the Etihad on Tuesday night, is the talk of the town, but Terzic insists he remains unimpressed by the big European tour .
When questioned about the future of his striker at his press conference prior to the Etihad clash, Terzic replied, ‘It doesn’t affect me because I can’t stop Mino Raiola and Alfie Haaland from traveling.
‘It’s up to them, they are adults and they can choose what they want to do.
‘I can just have an impact on Erling and we are happy to have him on our team.
‘He has been with us since last Thursday, when he came back from the Norwegian national team.
Haaland, along with Kylian Mbappé, will dominate European football for the next few years
‘The feeling we had from the start was that he was very happy to see us and we are very happy that he is there.
“He’s a nice guy, his qualities are known all over the world and we are proud and happy that he is part of our team.”
Dortmund is demanding £ 154 million for their valuable assets and recently called Raiola to remind him that Haaland is not for sale this summer.
Spoke to Sky Germany last Thursdaysaid sports director Michael Zorc of the club: ‘I spoke with Raiola yesterday (Wednesday). We have made our intention clear.
‘We plan for the long term with Erling. [Rumours] do not need to be addressed at all. I can see him with us for a long time. ‘
Haaland’s dad Alf-Inge (left) and Mino Raiola were spotted heading to talks with Barcelona last Thursday
After meeting with Barcelona, the pair reportedly held talks with rivals Real Madrid
Haaland and Mbappé have been tipped for years to dominate football and surpass the greats Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Haaland has continued his amazing goal-scoring form this season, with a remarkable 33 goals in 32 games in all competitions so far for the Bundesliga team this season.
And the Norwegian superstar will be desperate on Tuesday to chase suitors City in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final at the Etihad.