Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has actually validated he met representative Mino Raiola on Wednesday to talk about the future of Erling Haaland.
Transfer rumours have actually kicked into overdrive after a report from Spanish paper Sport, which exposed Raiola had actually taken a trip to Barcelona on Thursday to talk about a relocation for Haaland.
The report claims Haaland’s dad, previous Norway worldwide Alf-Inge, chose Raiola to talk about the striker with a consultant to brand-new Barca president Joan Laporta.
Zorc reacted briefly to Sky Germany when inquired about the rumours. “I talked to Raiola the other day,” he stated. “We made our intention clear.”
Zorc has long maintained Haaland will stay with Dortmund for at least another season. “We plan for the long term with Erling. [Rumours] do not have to be dealt with at all,” he stated inNovember “I can see him with us for a very long time.”
Last month, Zorc restated his desire to keep hold of Haaland to Welt am Sonntag: ” I have actually never ever seen somebody like him. We can browse Europe- broad. If he ever left us to go someplace, there would just be a handful of clubs, however we’ll attempt to keep him as long as possible for sporting factors.”
Dortmund are aware of the extensive interest in Haaland with Manchester City, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United amongst the clubs stated to be in the race.
Haaland has actually scored 33 objectives in 31 video games for Dortmund this season, consisting of 10 in 6 in the Champions League, type which has actually made him possibly the most desirable gamer in world football.
Bayern Munich have actually explained they have no intent of finalizing Haaland this summer season, with CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge firmly insisting the Bavarians will not hire another striker while Robert Lewandowski is leading the line.
Man City have actually been reported to be favourites to signHaaland His dad Alf-Inge bet the club from 2000 up until 2003, and Erling has actually been imagined using a City t-shirt as a child.