Borussia Dortmund could supposedly be forced to lessen their asking price for star striker Erling Braut Haaland.
The Bundesliga outfit as of now value the Norwegian, who has scored a wonderful 33 goals in 32 appearances so far this season, at around £150m.
Be that as it may, Dortmund’s may need to acknowledge an undermined charge this late spring or acknowledge losing Haaland for £65m one year from now when his release clause can be initiated.
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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola had previously said that it would be “impossible” to sign Haaland this summer because of his valuation, however since speaking to the Daily Mirror, the Spaniard has not ruled out the club spending over £100m on a player in the near future.
“So far the club has decided not to spend close to £100m for one player. Maybe in the future it’s going to happen if they decide it’s necessary to improve the team for the next five, ten years, for many reasons.”