Bayern, one less rival for Madrid for Haaland

The German giant has this year a non-aggression agreement with Dortmund. He would only think about his signing in a year or two to replace Lewandowski.

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Bayern Munich has had a very strong policy in the transfer market for many years. In addition to trying to find good deals among the greats of Europe, the German giant has established a tyranny in the Bundesliga by signing most of the talent that comes out of the country's top competition. In recent years he has signed footballers such as Gnabry, Nübel or Pavard after standing out at Werder Bremen, Schalke and Stuttgart respectively. Nor has he cut himself off with Borussia Dortmund, who have been robbed by players of the stature of Lewandowski or Götze.

However, it seems that this will not happen with Erling Haaland. At least in 2021. Relations between Germany's two biggest teams have improved a lot in recent years. So much so that a non-aggression pact has been established by which Bayern has agreed not to sign any Dortmund player.

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, general manager of the Bavarians, announced it a few months ago. "One thing I can say for sure: I have a good relationship with Watzke (Borussia president). And as long as I'm at Bayern, there will be no other purchase like Lewandowski's. Over the years we have established friendly relations with Borussia, also in the market, "he told the press.

"Haaland is doing well in Dortmund and honestly, as long as we have this Lewandowski, we don't need him. What will happen in the future I can't predict, also because I will remain in office until December 2021," he added.

Matthäus asks you to wait

Another of Bayern's most important figures, Lothar Matthäus, spoke about the Norwegian forward. "He will not serve Borussia Dortmund for life. He will look for bigger clubs and ask for more income. If he stays in the Bundesliga, he has only one step left: Bayern," he said.

Former German international saw him as Lewandowski's replacement in two to three years. "He could succeed Robert at Bayern for two or three years. But, Lewandowski is currently in shape and as long as he is playing for Bayern, I don't think Haaland will come," he said.

Without Bayern, the main rivals are still Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United. The three monitor the player's steps and would have the economic potential to face the operation. Barcelona would also be interested, but they should sell first if they want to sign the forward.



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