HAALAND WILL GO ABROAD
A former Bayern 'heavyweight' closes the doors of Munich to Haaland
Published:3/09/2021 - 08:38h
Updated:3/09/2021 - 08:38h
Erling Haaland will leave Borussia Dortmund next season almost certainly and it seems that his destiny will not be to remain in the Bundesliga. A former Bayern 'heavyweight' has ruled out the Norwegian ending up in Munich
Erling Haaland Will be one of the big protagonists of the market of signings of 2022. The Norwegian could have it been this same summer, but neither he neither the Borussia Dortmund seemed had to separate his ways and the tip will be still in the Bundesliga a year more. Chelsea arrived to interest a lot by him, but finish seeing that his incorporation was impossible now and launched to by Romelo Lukaku.
But when it finalise the current campaign the things go to change and is practically descartado that the vikingo was still in Dortmund. Some sources even ensure that inside a year even will have a clause to go out by 75 million euros, although this is not confirmed. What yes seems that it does not have gone back backwards is that this will be the last season of the of Leeds in the Borussia and seems that also in Germany.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the one who went general director of the Bayern of Munich until this same summer, spoke on the possibility that Haaland fiche by the Bavarian group. The germano left clear that by what is speaking economically will be very complicated that the muniqueses can value his operation. Thus, the one who was international German did of guess and predicted that the Nordic will leave of the Bundesliga.
"It has turned into an absolute figure in the league. But I fear me that it will not remain in the Bundesliga. The numbers that circulate show that it is difficult to retain it in Germany. I suppose that his future is abroad", explained the ex director of the Bayern to 'Sport Bild'. Although the germano no longer forms part of the club and will not be his decision, the true is that he knows better that anybody what moves there and his opinion is very notable.
A too high operation for the Bayern
The true is that the traspaso, if there is not clause, will be of no less than 120 million euros, without explaining premiums to Mino Raiola and without explaining the astronomical wage that will ask for his customer. The muniqueses never have paid so much by anybody and does not seem that they go it to do now. The only form in which something like this could be viable to eyes of the Bayern would be that Robert Lewandowski, that seems that it wants to go , left a lot of money in box. Nevertheless, even of this form will be difficult that the ones of the Baviera can tackle a traspaso like this.