Erling Haaland will leave Borussia Dortmund this summer if a significant offer is made, according to the club’s CEO.
Haaland is one of the most sought after strikers in Europe.
He has been on highest form this season and has been involved in 29 goals in just 23 appearances.
Manchester City are leading the transfer race for the megastar, with Real Madrid and Barcelona also interested in a possible move.
The Sky Blues are” veritably hopeful” about striking a deal with the German side for Haaland, and are awaited to pay around $100million.
Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has admitted that the club won’t be capable to keep him if a big money proposal is made.
When speaking to German outlet BILD as per Fabrizio Romano, he said“Erling Haaland? We know still nothing from player side.
“But we know that we will not be capable to keep up financially if Manchester City comes.
“It formerly happed with Lewandowski to Bayern and Aubameyang to Arsenal.”
He also revealed that Dortmund are beforehand looking for a sub, adding“When Haaland leaves, we will again find a new genius and develop it into a megastar.”
The 21- year-old now fuelled rumours suggesting that he was on his way to Manchester by admitting that he’s keen to play under Pep Guardiola.
His father – former City midfielder Alf Inge – is also believed to favour a move to the Etihad.