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Dortmund does not confirm that Haaland has a clause

There is no doubt that Erling haaland He will be one of the main players in the transfer market next summer. The Norwegian forward of the Borussia Dortmund is called to mark an era in the next decade and many are the clubs interested in taking over its services, including the Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester City or Manchester United. The red devils, now with Ralf rangnick At the top, they opened taken the lead to sign Haaland with an offer close to 120 million euros.

Since his arrival in Dortmund in the winter market for the 2019/2020 season, rumors about a possible departure before the end of his contract, which expires in 2024, have been constant and largely fueled by his media representative Mino Raiola. So much so that in Germany it was taken for granted that the player had a clause around 70 million that would take effect next summer.

However, from within Dortmund itself, they have denied the existence of such a release clause that could become effective as soon as this season ends. The executive director of the entity has done it, Hans-Joachim Watzke, during the shareholders’ meeting. “I can not confirm a termination clause as such,” he said to the question of a partner, as revealed by the German portal Sport1. “More than 90% of the contracts we have with the players do not have a termination clause,” added the manager.

The German website itself points out that the supposed clause would actually be a verbal agreement between the club and the player according to which the Dortmund He would agree to sell his young star in the event that an offer arrives for around 100 million euros.

What is clear is that the Dortmund He will try to retain Haaland as long as he can, something that seems complicated given the competitive downturn that the team has given, eliminated from the Champions League at the first exchange.

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