Marc-Andre ter Stegen admitted that Erling Haaland would “make any team in the world better”
However, there is no guarantee that a raid on BVB will be launched by those in Catalonia, with financial constraints in the next transfer window and a lot of rival interest in a hot prospect needing to be taken into account.
Haaland has a potential to shine ‘over the next ten years’
Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen would welcome Erling Haaland to the club with open arms, noting that the prolific striker, seeing a move to Camp Nou mooted, would “make any team in the world better”. However, there is no guarantee that a raid on BVB will be launched by those in Catalonia, with financial constraints in the next transfer window and a lot of rival interest in a hot prospect needing to be taken into account. Haaland may also choose to stay put for the time being, which allows his ongoing development to be enhanced in Germany. Still, Ter Stegen admits that whoever gets him is going to acquire a star with the potential to shine “over the next ten years.” Asked for his opinion on the 20-year-old striking sensation, Barcelona goalkeeper Ter Stegen told reporters: “His style of play and goalscoring is impressive.”
The Norwegians play is a pure will
“When you see videos of him running from back to front in a full sprint and hitting the ball with all his might, it’s amazing. It’s pure will, and you can’t train that. Either you have that will, or you don’t. Haaland will make any team in the world better. But that does not mean that he will not stay in Dortmund. BVB is a very well-functioning club that has been done a great job in recent years. Why not stay there for another year? That would be by no means a step backwards. If he leaves, his new team will have an amazing striker for the next ten years.” As Barcelona mull over potential targets for the next window, every effort is being made to keep key players on their books.
Lionel Messi tops that chart, with the six-time Ballon d ‘Or winner continuing to run his contract down towards free agency. New terms have been mooted, with the glory of the Copa del Rey and a LaLiga title nid helping to keep the Argentine interested, and Ter Stegen among those eager to see pen put to paper.