Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund has named his terms and conditions if he is to switch clubs at the end of this season.
Erling Haaland has taken the Bundesliga by a storm over the past year and a half since signing for Borussia Dortmund. The Norwegian sensation has been firing all cylinders this season- scoring 27 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions so far. His predatory instincts inside the box coupled with his physicality has seen him become an unstoppable force when breaking forward.
His performances so far with the Black and Yellows has not only seen him earn a cult status at the Signal Iduna Park but around the entire world as well. Almost every top European side wants to have the former RB Salzburg striker in their side, as the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona are closely monitoring his situation.
The Daily Star reports that Erling Haaland has reportedly named his terms and conditions to every interested suitor for the upcoming summer transfer market. The 20-year-old who is managed by Mino Raiola has demanded a handsome figure of 78 million pounds as a five-year wage package for whichever team plans on signing him at the end of the season.
It is a well known fact that Haaland has a release clause worth 75 million euros that will be activated in 2022. However, the Norwegian could well and truly be on his way out this summer as Borussia Dortmund could settle for a much higher fee now rather than letting the striker leave next summer for 75 million euros which is a clear bargain.
Clubs such as Chelsea and Manchester United from the Premier League are keen on procuring the services of the Dortmund striker. However, Real Madrid currently seem to be frontrunners for the player’s signature as Los Blancos are eyeing gigantic transfer this upcoming summer transfer window.
Haaland’s wage demands could certainly waive off interest from a few clubs given the financial impact that COVID-19 has imposed on several top clubs. It would certainly be a heavily contested competition amongst some of the European powerhouses in a bid to land Erling Haaland next season.