Mino Raiola strikes by tweeting ‘fake news travels fast and far’ in reference to speculation about Erling Haaland’s future … despite the fact that the agent was out to meet clubs across Europe to start a summer bidding war for Borussia Dortmund striker
- Mino Raiola has heard the ‘fake news’ about the future of Erling Haaland
- The broker has met with clubs from all over Europe to discuss deals for striker
- Borussia Dortmund is reportedly demanding £ 154 million for the Norwegian striker
- Raiola is also expected to meet with a large number of English clubs for further discussions
Mino Raiola has seemingly criticized ‘fake news’ regarding Erling Haaland’s future, as the Norwegian’s agent continues his European tour to discuss a transfer for the striker.
The broker was spotted with the father of Borussia Dortmund forward Alfie, who negotiated deals with Barcelona and Real Madrid in Spain this week, according to reports that the pair will also meet with Premier League teams.
With speculation mounting, Raiola has added fuel to the fire by suggesting that some of the information reported about Haaland’s future is false.
Mino Raiola has rejected the ‘fake news’ regarding speculation about Erling Haaland’s future
The officer tweeted a photo of reports about Haaland with ‘Fake’ over it
He tweeted: ‘Fake news travels fast’ with a missile emoji and several photos of Haaland transfer reports from various European outlets with the word ‘Fake’ over it multiple times.
Haaland is one of the most popular properties in Europe, and Raiola did not stop trying to discuss a summer resistance for his client.
Borussia Dortmund are reportedly demanding £ 154 million for their precious assets and called Raiola to remind him that Haaland will not be for sale this summer after being pictured talking to other clubs.
Reports suggest that Raiola will meet representatives from Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United on his England tour.
Raiola does not hold back from discussing the chances of a move for Haaland, who is a hot asset
The attacker’s father Alf-Inge (left) and Raiola (right) were seen in Barcelona this week
However, Sportsmail understands that in the UK they could violate the 10-day quarantine rule, potentially undermining hopes for talks.
But this may not matter, according to Spanish publication ASHaaland’s favorite destination is Madrid and he enjoys the opportunity to play in the club’s iconic white strip.
However, there are reportedly two obstacles in the way of Haaland: Borussia Dortmund’s refusal to sell and the astonishing financial demands.