Real Madrid, Barcelona and PSG in Race as Haaland's Massive Total Transfer Fee Disclosed
- Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund is an hot cake and the Norwegian is wanted by top European clubs
- Eggheads of these clubs will have to put it at the back of their minds that total money involved in signing Haaland is 350 million euros
- Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have been monitoring Erling Haaland with Barcelona also interested
Erling Haaland who currently plays for German giants Borussia Dortmund has emerged as main transfer target for the likes of Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona.
Even though Barcelona are currently not stable in terms of financial status, the Catalans are also said to be looking for how they could lure the Norwegian player to the Camp Nou.
Things have not been rosy for Barcelona this season in all competitions and new manager Xavi is trying to change the fortune of the club where he made his name by signing big players.
What is Erling Haaland's position on transfer?
According to the report on Besoccer and Football London, Erling Haaland has not made a final decision on his future as his father who is also his agent will determine where he will play.
The report added that the money involved in Erling Haaland's transfer is not only 75 million euro as their are also other asking price most especially from his father.
How much is total transfer for Erling Haaland?
The total amount in Erling Haaland's transfer will be 350 million euros which is massive amount putting Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid as the two likely clubs who can cough out the amount.
Eden Hazard rejects move to struggling Premier League club, awaits offers from top teams
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Belgian winger Eden Hazard appears to have turned down a move to relegation-threatened Newcastle United despite the Magpies over £40m bid being accepted by Real Madrid for the player.
Hazard has struggled for form and has been plagued with injuries since moving from Chelsea to the Spanish capital in 2019 for an initial fee of £88m from the Stamford Bridge club.
This has hampered the 30-year old’s stock at Real Madrid with the likes of Vinicius Jnr preferred in attack alongside Karim Benzema while the Belgian is only good to start from the bench.
Florentino Perez has accepted an offer of £33.4m plus £8.3m in add-ons, from Newcastle with Eddie Howe desperate to strengthen his beleaguered squad in a bid to escape relegation this season.
Source: Sports Brief News