Strong response from Dortmund to Raiola and Haaland's father's trip to Spain

The sporting director, Michael Zorc, once again, made quite clear the intentions of the German team regarding the future of their goalscorer: "Not for sale."

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Borussia Dortmund was quick to respond to Erling Haaland's whirlwind trip to Spain, first to meet Barcelona and then Real Madrid. It was their sports director, Michael Zorc, who, once again, made quite clear the intentions of the German team regarding the future of their goalscorer: not to part with him in the summer, despite the enormous interest of Europe's greats in shell out a significant amount to untie one of the biggest promises on the BVB world scene, despite his contract in West Germany until 2024.

"Yesterday I spoke with Mino Raiola (representative of Haaland)", explained the head of the sports area of the Borusser team in statements collected by Sky Germany. "We made our intentions very clear," stressed Zorc, who maintains his speech of not letting his child prodigy go in the summer. The Borussia bosses are aware that the amount that could be paid by the Norwegian would significantly ease the coffers of a club that accumulates a significant deficit as a result of the Pandemic. Even so, the BVB has decided to hang the "not for sale" sign on Haaland.

Yes, it seems that Raiola doesn't quite agree with Zorc's opinion. He has been hunted together with the forward's father, Alf-Inge Haaland, at the Barcelona airport. As the Sport newspaper announced, both of them headed to the offices of Joan Laporta, president of the culé who would have gotten between eyebrows and eyebrow to sign the crack. The relationship of the maximum president of Barça with Raiola is one of friendship. It could help speed up the operation. However, the boss is Borussia. He signed Haaland until 2024. And he's not about to get rid of the baby early. At the moment.



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