Erling Haland premiered in 2022 with his first goals of the year to lead the victory of the Borussia Dortmund, who beat Freiburg 5-1 to move, with one more game, three points behind the leader, Bayern Munich. Although in addition to his two atnatos, the ‘Cyborg’ echoed his statements after the game, in which he revealed that his club is pressuring him to decide on his future.
“Borussia Dortmund is now putting pressure on me to make a decision for next season…but I just want to play football. That probably means I’ll have to make a decision soon.”, he stated Haland.
“I never spoke until now of respecting the club”, he added.
Haland has a contract with Borussia Dortmund until June 30, 2024 and is one of the names that sound the strongest for the transfer market next summer. Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City have the attacker as their maximum objective.
As for the match and his return to goal, the Norwegian striker did not fail in his second attempt to celebrate a goal in 2022. After remaining without scoring against Eintracht, against Freiburg he added a brace with which he reached fifteen goals in the Bundesliga.
Haland He scored Dortmund’s third goal just before half-time with a left-footed shot from the center of the area and the fourth, fifteen minutes from time, with another left-footed shot after an assist from Mahmoud Dahoud.
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As reported by ‘L’Équipe’, the German club is willing to offer the striker 16 million euros a year to ensure his continuity for at least one more season.
If Erling If he accepted the proposal, he would overtake captain Marco Reus (who earns 12 kilos per season) and immediately become the highest-paid player in the North Rhine-Westphalia team’s squad.
The specialized portal ‘Transfermarkt.de’ estimates the value of the player at 150 million euros (170 million dollars), although it will be the market and its laws of supply and demand that set the final price.
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