Mino Raiola might be peddling Erling Haaland around Europe like an expensive boy toy but, a sale will only be sanctioned by Borrusia Dortmund who currently own him.
Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc recently made it clear to all interested parties that Erling Haaland will cost €150m to sign now or, club’s could equally wait till next summer to get him for €64m.
Barcelona at the moment cannot sign the highly rated attacker because they own €1.2b in debt while Real Madrid must sell first to buy which opens the door for Premier League clubs to swoop in and sign Haaland.
The 20-year-old Norwegian international might prefer to play in Spain but sadly, Dortmund’s demand can only be meant by Premier League club’s who have the money to blow.
Clubs like Chelsea, Manchester City and United are currently the three clubs capable of paying €150 million (£128m/$176m} for him this summer and not Barcelona or Real Madrid.