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ManUnited have ‘no chance’ at Haaland – TOP STORIES

by: Adam Smith

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In January 2020, Despite great competition, Borussia Dortmund secured the services of Norwegian storm talent Erling Haaland and landed the hoped-for coup: the 19-year-old played 136 minutes in the BVB jersey-only, but has already scored seven goals. No wonder other well-known clubs were also fighting for the attacker. But not many had good prospects.

Manchester United, for example, who have long been seen as a hot-button on a buy-to-be, simply have “no chance” of signing. That’s what “Sky” transgaming.orgs news reporter Kaveh Solhekol said.

He said he was still on a recent show in which he recommended a transfer to United from a non-named player adviser. He had had this since his fifth year of life and that the Norwegian had always been “getr-umt” to play in Germany.

According to this, the goal of the goalkeeper is to play a day in the English Premier League, but Haaland has “always planned” to change in the Bundesliga.

The BVB is only a stopover when climbing the “Fu-ball Pyramid”

A plan that at least kept Haaland’s star agent Mino Raiola behind the mountain. Against “Sky” Raiola explained at the end of January that the BVB fer Haaland the current “right step” war. At the same time, however, the 52-year-old hinted that the 1.94-metre man will not stay in Dortmund for too long: “He (Haaland) is now preparing Stunck for steck for the best level.”

“But the top of the football pyramid is the Premier League,” the agent said. “But you have to be careful when you go there,” added the Italian.

In Dortmund, one can pat oneanother on the back of the transfer one way or another: Haaland is still under contract with the Black Yellows until the end of June 2024 and according to “Sport Bild” is supposed to have an exit clause in H’he of 75 million euros. However, this will probably take effect in the summer of 2021. The prerequisites for change will be.

English media previously reported that ManUnited waived the deal as Haaland and his entourage insisted on an exit clause of “only” 50 million euros.

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