Erling Haaland's future will be decided in 'the next few weeks', confirms Dortmund chief... with Man City, Chelsea and Barcelona all targeting a big-money move for the Norwegian superstar
- A decision over Haaland's future at Dortmund will be made in the new few weeks
- Dortmund's head of first-team football Sebastian Kehl announced the news
- Kehl remains hopeful that the club's prized asset will stay with Dortmund
- However, both Barcelona and Manchester City are closing in on the striker
- Haaland has scored 76 goals in 74 games for the German club since joining
Haaland has the option to leave Dortmund in the summer when his £64million release clause activates, but Kehl remains hopeful that the club's prized asset will stay with BVB.
Borussia Dortmund's head of first-team football Sebastian Kehl has revealed that the club will make a decision over Erling Haaland's future in 'the next few weeks'
When asked about Haaland's future at a press conference, Kehl said: 'The situation is very clear, he has the opportunity to get out [of his contract in the summer].
'There are certainly a few more reasons why Haaland is in very good hands at Borussia Dortmund and why we as a club can continue to be a very good option for him.
'We will sit down with Erling and his team in the next few weeks and discuss the situation intensively. It would be good if a decision doesn't drag on forever.'
Kehl (above) remains hopeful that the club's prized asset will stay with Dortmund
Haaland has attracted interest from club around the world. Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Barcelona have been linked with a big-money move for the Norwegian star.
A report from earlier in the week stated that City would reinvest the £55million gained from the sale of Ferran Torres to Barcelona into their efforts to sign Haaland.
Haaland has scored 76 goals in 74 games for the German club since joining the club in 2020
While Barcelona president Joan Laporta recently has announced that he 'will sign Haaland in the summer' despite the clubs financial circumstances.
However, it is believed that Dortmund are looking to piece together a club-record financial package in a bid to convince him to stay.
According to reports, the Bundesliga outfit are willing to double their talisman's annual salary to £13.4m-per-year, which equates to £260,000-per-week. He may also rake in up to £6.7m in bonuses from Puma, Dortmund's manufacturer.
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