Erling Haaland reveals that he did NOT make a decision about the future of Borussia Dortmund during the transfer call
The race is STILL on! Erling Haaland reveals that despite interest from Man United, Man City, Chelsea and Barcelona, he has not made a decision about his future at Borussia Dortmund – and the forward says he expects to be in Dortmund to prepare for the season.
- Borussia Dortmund has the challenge to keep Erling Haaland
- The Norwegian star has been linked with Chelsea, Man City and Barcelona, among others
- Haaland has maintained that he is still undecided about his future ahead of national duty
Erling Haaland has revealed he still doesn’t know where to score his fruitful goals next season, leaving Borussia Dortmund fans sweating.
The 20-year-old is being chased by a bunch of elite clubs in Europe this summer, with Chelsea, Manchester City, United and Barcelona all weighing up massive bids to attract the world’s best young talent.
After finishing the 2020-21 season in the Bundesliga as Player of the Season, Haaland has joined Norway for friendlies against Luxembourg and Greece after missing qualifying for Euro 2020.
Erling Haaland has yet to decide where he wants to play next season
The standout sensation has joined Norway for internationals, delaying its decision
When asked about his club future, the striker has postponed his decision, which will be a crucial factor in this summer’s market.
“I have not taken a position on that,” said Haaland.
“After this international break, I will go on vacation, and then I will sign up for the preseason.”
Haaland has been contracted with Dortmund until 2024, but the reported £ 68 million release clause in his deal, which could be triggered from next summer, looms up.
Haaland seems most likely to stay with Dortmund for another season to terrorize the defense
Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea is the new champion of Europe and could seduce the striker
The Bundesliga side has no chance of holding onto the Norwegian when that bargain price becomes available, but even much larger bids this year could entice them into a sale.
Chelsea are looking for a striker with Timo Werner stuttering in his first season, and the chance to play for the champions of Europe could entice Haaland, who has scored 41 goals in 41 games this season.
The Blues are also looking forward to Romelu Lukaku, but they want to cut Inter Milan’s £ 100m asking price before returning the Belgian to West London.