The signing of Haaland is complicated

Dortmund raises the forward's release clause to 90 million euros based on his performance, an unforeseen event for Real Madrid.

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The powerful forward Erling Haaland arouses enormous interest among the great European teams. His lethality in the face of goal is a headache for rival defenses and clubs like Real Madrid are watching him. Although the Norwegian's contract with Borussia Dortmund ends in 2024, Haaland has the right to activate next summer a release clause that currently stands at 75 million euros. Or so it was until now.

The German media 'Sport 1' assures that Dortmund hope to raise this clause to 90 million, especially if Haaland continues to progress adequately this campaign. The BVB board already announced this move to the player's father and agent Mino Raiola in April, according to the aforementioned newspaper. The Norwegian is like a plane and it is more than foreseeable that the club will make the increase. The institution wants to take advantage of the forward pull and enter as much money as possible from whoever is interested in incorporating it.

One of the teams that has preferred to wait for next year has been Real Madrid, which has prepared the aforementioned 75 million euros, but in case the clause increases, Florentino Pérez will have to make one more effort to dress the Norwegian in white in the course 2022 / 2023.

Haaland, unstoppable

This past Saturday, Haaland gave a full-fledged recital in Borussia Dortmund's win (5-2) against Eintracht Frankfurt, with a double and the presence of the Norwegian in the five goals of his team's victory in the premiere of Bundesliga season 2021/22.

His exhibition has sparked all kinds of compliments from all corners of the planet, but it has also raised fears. Fears from Bayern, who see in Haaland a more than real threat that under his leadership Borussia Dortmund will end the overwhelming dominance of Bayern Munich in the domestic competition. The Bavarians have won the last nine Bundesligas in a row.



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