Manchester United emerges favorites in the Erling Haaland race as the Catalans have ruled themselves out despite Mino Raiola’s meeting with Barcelona chiefs.
Dortmund is understood to be asking for a fee in the region of €180 million to sell their star striker.
Now according to German news outlet Bild, a top source, Manchester United are now the favorites in the Erling Haaland race.
FC Barcelona, meanwhile, has dropped out of the race despite a meeting with Mino Raiola and Erling’s father earlier this month.
The Norwegian youngster has scored an impressive 25 goals in just 26 Bundesliga appearances this season and is likely to leave the club this summer – unless Borussia Dortmund finishes the campaign in a Champions League spot.
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However, not only are the German side demanding €180 million to sell their hottest prospect but Mino Raiola also wants to make the 20-year-old the highest-earning player in the world at the moment.
With such conditions, it’s no surprise that Barcelona has dropped out of the race as it’s difficult to imagine any club spending so much at the heart of the pandemic.
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