Erling Braut Haaland is the most wanted man in the upcoming summer transfer, and Juventus have put their hat in the ring as well. Every top European team is chasing the next big thing in World football.
Kylian Mbappe and Haaland are tipped to become the next big thing. The latter has played 29 games for Dortmund this season, he has scored 30 goals and assisted 6 times.
Borussia Dortmund bought the 20-year-old Norwegian from Red Bulls Salzburg in January 2020 for just €20 million. And now his value has risen to €110 million. But, it is believed that if Dortmund can’t finish in the top four, then they’ll have to reduce the price. Currently, they are 2 points off of 4th place.
The former Molde player is contracted with the German side until the summer of 2024. And he has a release clause of €75 million that can be triggered in the summer of 2022.
Juventus bringing in Haaland for Dybala
Paulo Dybala is having a very poor season after a few injury problems. And now the Bianconeri want to replace Dybala by signing Haaland in the summer.
According to reports, Juventus are among five elite European clubs interested in signing the 20-year-old. Manchester United, PSG, and the Spanish pair of Barcelona and Real Madrid are other 4.
Juventus are hoping that the good relationship with the player’s agent Mino Riola will give them an advantage. They had dealt with him when they signed Matthijs De Ligt. Raiola also used to represent the club’s vice-president Pavel Nedved back in the day.
But, it won’t be easy to land Haaland in Turin from Dortmund this summer. Last summer it was clear how difficult it is to negotiate with Dortmund when Manchester United tried to sign Jadon Sancho.
Juventus have struggled as Dybala is way out of form and Alvaro Morata had his health issues. For that, all the responsibility was on the shoulder of Cristiano Ronaldo. So, Erling Braut Haaland will be a great addition to the Juventus squad and a great forward pairing of Ronaldo and Haaland in the next season.
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