Football NewsWhatsup with the Haaland plan?
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Negotiations to sign the striker are in a hurry and the main clubs involved, including Madrid, are in position. “I have to make a decision soon,” the player said.

The operation itself

Operation Haaland is in a critical phase. the ultimatum that Borussia itself has given to the Norwegian player they want to meet in the coming days to finally decide on his future. And this Friday, Haaland himself, after scoring a brace in a 5-1 win over Freiburg, assured: “Borussia Dortmund is pressuring me to decide on some things. But I just want to play football. This probably means that I will have to get things up and running soon. I have never talked about respect for the club before. Events are coming soon. Ideally, it would not be decided now, because there are a lot of games, and I would like to focus on this, but I can’t…”. As such, Dortmund want to know his intentions if he leaves or stays in order to plan for next season. This was stated by Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke after Friday’s match against Freiburg: “Haaland is a spontaneous person, a young boy. Erling is no problem. But he must also understand our situation. until the end of May. As this paper progresses, the German organization intends for Haaland to run another campaign in Dortmund, an interest that is in line with the Madrid strategy as he believes that Benzema is still in power and that he has at least this campaign and more one in stock. Highest level. The ideal option for Madrid’s strategy would be to space his arrival by a year with Mbappe’s arrival, which would make it easier for both players to fit into the Whites’ payroll, which currently stands at around €400m for the club’s nearly 800 workers. 

Information regarding Haaland

It will be very difficult for Haaland to last another year in the Bundesliga, and the major clubs who want to see him, including Real Madrid, are rushing to prepare for his imminent contract. The white organization is clearly starting from pole, despite City streamlining their efforts, or that Barcelona are also facing an economic challenge trying to get them to play at the Camp Nou. United, after Sulcaer’s departure from the bench (although he is Norwegian, he did not get along very well with the striker’s agent Mino Raiola) is also an option. Even PSG and its economic power is there, although the French league does not appeal to either the player or his representative.