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Real Madrid considering Haaland pursuit difficult amid interest from other clubs

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Real Madrid has reportedly accepted that it will be difficult to sign Borussia Dortmund ace Erling Braut Haaland amidst interests from Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich. 

The 21-year-old joined the Bundesliga giants back in January 2020 from the Austrian side Red Bulls Salzburg. While it took no time to settle down in the new surroundings. After having a stellar season last time around with the BVB, the Norwegian has similarly started the new campaign. Scoring 13 goals and assisted three times in nine appearances in all competitions. 

According to the report in Spanish outlet AS, Real Madrid identified Haaland as an option to strengthen the forward line. With the forward’s release clause being €75 million that can be triggered from next summer. 

However, after knowing the competitions from Manchester City, PSG, Bayern Munich and also Saudi-owned Newcastle United who are keeping a tab on the Norwegian. Los Blancos have understood that it will be tough to land the 21-year-old at Santiago Bernabeu. 

Real Madrid set to miss out on Haaland:

Failing to win a transfer race against the rivals will certainly be a big blow for La Liga giants. The Norwegian is currently the hottest prospect in world football and missing out on signing the youngster will be a big disappointment for Los Blancos hierarchy. 

Real Madrid is known for their galactico signings over the past few decades and experiencing them missing out on a chance to sign world-class talent is not a familiar scene for the Santiago Bernabeu faithful. 

Meanwhile, after a promising start to the new campaign under Carlo Ancelotti. Real Madrid encountered stumbling blocks against Espanyol and Sheriff Tiraspol. But, they’ve returned to winning ways with a thumping win against Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday night. Los Blancos will be looking to keep their winning run going when they travel to Barcelona to face the arch-rival on Sunday. 

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