The prolific Norwegian leader has been linked with top sides across Europe, but he will respect his current club’s wishes
Erling Haaland has pledged to respect Borussia Dortmund’s wishes when it comes to making any decisions about their future, with the Norwegian frontman not about to push for a transfer in the transfer window. summer.
EU leaders cast admiring glances at the 20-year-old, with figures including Manchester City, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United say they are excited.
Haaland, however, is on a contract until 2024 and sees no reason to break that deal after help his current club qualify for the Champions League.
What was said?
Haaland said Viaplay on speculation surrounding his future: “Borussia Dortmund say I stay 100% this summer?
“I have a contract for a few years, so I am respectful of my contract.
“Getting a Champions League place was so important to me, I want to play Champions League football. And I have big dreams.
“I just won my first major trophy and it was a great feeling. So I want to win more trophies.”
The big picture
Dortmund have gotten used to pushing back interest in their most valuable assets.
They have consistently stated that they have no intention of parting ways with Haaland while being able to benefit from its considerable capabilities.
Not taking part in the elite European competition for 2021-2022 would have made that task difficult, with an ambitious artist deserving the biggest of sporting stages.
However, Haaland’s 41 goals in all competitions have get a top four finish and DFB-Pokal glory.
He now appears ready to stay in Dortmund and further improve its reputation.
Others could be allowed to head for the exits, with the England international winger Jadon Sancho attracts a lot of interest again, but a prolific leader remains fully committed to the BVB cause.