The Erling Haaland saga continues, and the latest chapter has been created by comments from his agent, Mino Raiola, who admitted to have met with the Borussia Dortmund brass to talk about the future of the most desired player in the market this summer.
According to Raiola Dortmund have made their stance pretty clear and want to keep the player for next season, but the agent hasn’t shut the door on a move yet.
“I can confirm that I was in Dortmund to talk. [Dortmund sporting director] Michael Zorc made it clear to us that the club does not want to sell Erling this summer. I respect that opinion, but it doesn’t automatically mean that I also agree. Borussia was very clear in their point of view. There is no war between us and Dortmund, absolutely not! The relationship is still very good.”
Source: Sport1 via Mundo Deportivo
Dortmund reportedly want 150 million euros to sell Haaland this summer, but his release clause of 75 million is activated in 2022. Barcelona are one of the teams keen on Haaland, and president Joan Laporta met with Raiola two weeks ago. The agent also met with Real Madrid and continued his tour in England, and this should continue to be quite the soap opera.