Few people are as good at analysing the latest news at Bayern Munich as Rummenigge. The former director-general of the club spoke openly to 'Bild' about Haaland's future. He believes that the Norwegian will leave Germany, largely because of his price.
"He has become an absolutely huge figure in the Bundesliga. But I fear he won't stay in the league. The amounts of money being talked about make it difficult to keep him in Germany. I guess his future lies abroad," Rummenigge said. This makes it difficult for the Bavarians when it comes to signing him.
For the meantime, the striker is still firing in the goals for Borussia Dortmund. At the beginning of the campaign, he has scored six goals in just five matches. It is up with the rate of last season when he scored 41 goals in 41 matches. In other words, a goal a game.
Haaland's contract runs until 2024 at his current club, so whichever team look to sign him next season will have to put a very attractive offer on the table for Dortmund to let him leave. They are aware of how important he is to the team and what he can offer them in the future.
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