The first major meeting between Haaland and Dortmund is scheduled for next week.
Borussia Dortmund have made Erling Haaland’s future a priority, and the club want to ascertain his intentions as soon as possible, a process that will begin with a meeting next week.
Dortmund have sought a meeting with Haaland’s father and agent Mino Raiola in order to ask the Norwegian the big question and ascertain firsthand whether he has chosen to pursue a fresh challenge overseas.
The striker’s current contract with the German club expires in 2024, and his summer release clause is estimated to be 75 million euros. All of this is according to the German daily Bild, which reports that Dortmund are eager to resolve the issue in some way.
The 75 million euro release clause has been decreased due to a condition in his contract that was activated after he stayed at Dortmund for two years. That’s a steal in today’s market for one of the best young players on the globe, and Dortmund are well aware of it, but it’s how they convinced him to join and stay with them.
The Norway international is a target for a number of Europe’s finest clubs, with MARCA reporting that Haaland will decide on his future before the end of the month. Real Madrid and Barcelona are among the 21-year-admirers. old’s
The dispute between Barcelona and Real Madrid
While English teams like as Manchester City are aware of the issue, it is Barcelona and Real Madrid of LaLiga Santander who have been wooing Haaland most publicly. Joan Laporta believes that he will be able to make a summer bid for the striker and that if he does, he would restore Barcelona to the summit of European football.
Meanwhile, Los Blancos have no financial reservations and are convinced they will be able to sign both Haaland and Kylian Mbappe, as long as they can convince them to be co-stars of their future project, while also sharing the spotlight with Vinicius.
However, before any of that can happen, Haaland must decide if he will remain in Dortmund beyond the conclusion of the season. Within the next two weeks, everyone concerned should have at least some answers on that front.