One of the men vying for control at Camp Nou will sign the Borussia Dortmund forward if he wins the club’s next vote, it has been said.
Erling Haaland will become a Barcelona player if Emili Rousaud wins the club’s presidential elections, according to the candidate’s advisor.
The 20-year-old joined Dortmund from Salzburg in January 2020 and has three and a half years left on his contract with the Bundesliga club.
Norway international Haaland has scored 33 times in 32 games in all competitions for Dortmund.
Since making his Bundesliga debut on January 18, Robert Lewandowski (32 goals in 26 games) has been the only player to score more than Haaland’s 23 in as many outings. He ranks him fourth among the top five European leagues, with only Ciro Immobile (25 of 29) and Cristiano Ronaldo (29 of 27) scoring more in the same amount of time.
Rousaud’s assistant Josep Maria Minguella suggested that an agreement with Haaland’s agent Mino Raiola was already in place for a change at Camp Nou in the future.
“We know all the conditions and if we win the next day I will call Mino Raiola and we will accept these conditions. I have already informed him of this,” said Minguella. AS . “We have a world-class sporting project that is not showing up just now, but Emili Rousaud has a plan that will change this unfortunate situation [at Barcelona] around.”
– Erling Haaland (@ErlingHaaland) December 29, 2020
Minguella also said ex-Barca vice-president Rousaud would ensure that the Blaugrana are front of the line to sign Kylian Mbappe if the Paris Saint Germain the attacker becomes available.
Mbappe was involved in 16 goals in League 1 this season (12 scored, four assisted), which is more than any other player in the competition.
“It’s a little more complicated because its [Mbappe’s] the contract ends next year, “added Minguella.” We are aware of the problem and movements have already been made. We are here.”
Barcelona’s 2021 presidential elections will take place on January 24 after being postponed from June of next year.
They take place following the resignation of the former incumbent, Josep Maria Bartomeu.