SPORT: Football Borussia Dortmund boss confirms Erling Haaland will leave in summer transfer window if Man City comes knocking to door.

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.

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