SPORT: Football
Real Madrid want to sign Erling Haaland ‘more than ever’ after being humiliated in El Clasico, according to reports.

Madrid were beat­en 4–0 at the Bern­abeu on Sun­day, destroyed by Barcelona on their own ground.

The win moved the Cata­lans with­in 12 points of the league lead­ers, and Los Blan­cos did­n’t take the demo­li­tion well.

Sport claim club pres­i­dent Flo­renti­no Perez had pre­vi­ous­ly want­ed to sign Haa­land and El Cla­si­co ‘reaf­firmed the commitment’.

Perez will “do every­thing pos­si­ble” to strength­en the Galac­ti­co team.

Real Madrid will ‘try to strike a dou­ble blow this sum­mer’ by sign­ing both Haa­land AND Kylian Mbappe.

Man­ches­ter City and Real Madrid are lead­ing the hunt for the Nor­way inter­na­tion­al who has a $84million release clause in his contract.

Dort­mund haven’t lost hope of con­vinc­ing their 21-year-old super­star to stay and are ready to give him all the time he needs to make a decision.

The sharp­shoot­er has scored an incred­i­ble 80 goals in 81 games for the Bun­desli­ga giants.

If he moves to the Span­ish cap­i­tal, Madrid icon Guti claims Haa­land’s arrival would help his for­mer club deal with vet­er­an strik­er Karim Ben­ze­ma’s min­utes.
The for­mer mid­field­er added: “Ben­ze­ma is great but look at his age.

“Hope­ful­ly he can last longer, but he’s got his age and if you can spare him in games and use Haa­land instead, great.”

They will try to hold off Man City, who are report­ed­ly ready to make hit­man Haa­land the high­est-paid play­er in the Pre­mier League.

City are believed to have put togeth­er a salary of over $660,000 a week.

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