BVB Director Michael Zork speaks out forcefully: Erling Haaland stays

The potential change from Erling Haaland in the summer has been the first topic in Borussia Dortmund for several weeks. Sports director Michael Zork has now made a statement to give little space for interpretation.

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BVB will also include Erling Haaland in its squad next year, whether it is a team in the Champions League or a participant in the Europa League. “We have made a clear statement on the Haaland case. The decision will not be made without Borussia Dortmund. No matter where we end up, Erling will continue to play with us,” sports director Michael Zork made it clear in Sky.

A few weeks ago, the Norwegian advisor, Mino Raiola, traveled to several major European clubs with Alf’s father Inge Haaland for preliminary talks about a possible move.

High transfer fees and high salary

The goalscorer contract will last until 2024, and the exit clause will only come into effect within one year. So far it has been said that Dortmund will take his place It would take about 180 million euros. An amount that debt-ridden parties such as FC Barcelona or Real Madrid cannot afford to pay. Manchester City has already withdrawn from Haaland’s race. This was announced by coach Pep Guardiola some time ago.

So it remains open whether there will be a bid in the three-digit million range for the 20-year-old. Counselor Raiola appears to have called for it, too Very high salaryHardly what the club wants to pay for.

If Haaland left the BVB despite Zorc’s strong word, black and yellow were already considered the successor’s favorite. André Silva of Eintracht Frankfurt would be the choice To replace Haaland.

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