Haaland prefers Madrid

Madrid will not enter the Raiola auction with Barça and will try to convince Zorc, Dortmund's sporting director, who refuses to sell the Norwegian, who has the goal and enthusiasm to play at the Santiago Bernabéu.


Haaland has chosen and prefers Real Madrid. The young Norwegian striker is looking forward to playing in white at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. This was made known by the player's father, the former Norwegian international Alf-Inge Haaland, to the executive director of Madrid, José Ángel Sánchez. But the desire of the footballer and his mentors collides with two obstacles: Borussia Dortmund's refusal to sell it and the financial demands, in substance and in form, of its representative, Mino Raiola.

In any case, according to reliable sources from Real Madrid, the Madrid club will not enter the auction that Raiola wants to organize to place Haaland to the highest bidder. He will not bid with Barça or with Manchester City and Liverpool, the other three clubs placed to sign the Norwegian. Madrid wants to face the operation with transparency, in the classic way. He will make a formal offer to Dortmund if the German entity agrees to negotiate. For that it will be necessary, first, that the footballer himself expresses his formal intention to leave the German team. The 'transfer request' would be the best route, but it only exists in England and is the option that players use to leave. It is a document signed by the footballer in which he publicly advises his intention to leave the team.

Borussia Dortmund, listed on the DAX-30, the IBEX-35 in Germany, has a very professional organization in which sports decisions go through a tough negotiator, Michael Zorc, who is the former player with the most games played in Borussia (572) spread over the 17 seasons he was active. Zorc, a true 'one club men', flatly refuses to put a price on Haaland and also on Jadon Sancho, on whom he wants to build a new great team. But different analysts believe that Dortmund will let one of the two out next summer, and Madrid, which curiously also values Sancho, expects him to be the Norwegian.In any case, if this happens, what is clear is that Madrid will negotiate a fair price. It will by no means reach the 150-175 million that in Germany they believe the battering ram is worth. Those amounts are reserved for another bet, firm, of Real Madrid: Mbappé.

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