Good news for Real Madrid fans. This comes from Italy where several media outlets, such as 'La Repubblica', say that the club have reached an agreement with Erling Haaland.
Despite the fact all eyes were on Kylian Mbappe, this news could lead to chance. PSG's temporary refusal to sell him may see 'Los Blancos' go to plan B.
But despite the agreement with the player, there is still a long way to go before he moves to Real Madrid. Like in all negotiations, after the player's approval, they have to talk to the club. It seems like Real Madrid have begun doing this.
The cited source says that there has even been a first offer from Madrid to Borussia Dortmund. It is reportedly 110 million euros although other media outlets are saying it is 100 million.
However, the Germans have reportedly turned down the proposal. The price they are reportedly putting on Haaland is 175 million euros, but all parties must bear something in mind.
The Norwegian goalscorer has a clause in his contract which means he could leave in summer 2022 for 75 million euros. And this is what Real Madrid want to take advantage of. They will put pressure on Dortmund to sell him now for 110 million or they will miss out on between 30 and 40 million next summer.
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