Erling Haaland is expected to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer after scoring 80 goals and the German giants are said to be planning to sign Timo Werner as his replacement.
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Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland The image left a restaurant in Munich on Tuesday afternoon, sparking speculation about his future.
Bayern Munich are said to be interested in signing the Norwegianwho has scored 80 goals in 79 appearances for Dortmund since joining the club in January 2020.
And it is believed that Dortmund will try to attract Chelsea ace Timo Werner arrives at Westfalenstadion to replace Haaland.
The 21-year-old’s current contract is said to have a £75m release clause.
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Haaland’s agent Mino Raiola said when asked if the player would leave Dortmund last December.
“But there’s a big chance Erling will leave this summer. We’ll see. He can and will take the next step … we all knew when we moved to Dortmund that this step was coming. “
And Haaland gave a big hint about his future when he was spotted in Munich, according to a photo obtained by the German outlet Bild.
If and when the youngster moves on, Dortmund could pursue a deal with Werner.
Follow Sky in Germany via BuliNewsDortmund are watching ahead and have yet to enter “concrete” talks with Chelsea.
But they recently signed Niklas Sule under a pre-contract agreement. The German defender shares the same agent – Volker Struth – with Werner.
The Blues are said to not want to sell the 25-year-old but are open to negotiations.
Dortmund may find it difficult to compare with the £45m Chelsea invested in Werner when he arrives from RB Leipzig in the summer of 2020. His salary could also be an issue.
Werner has struggled during his time in England, scoring just seven goals in 46 Premier League appearances.
However, he has a superb track record in Germany, scoring 34 goals in all competitions during his final tenure at Leipzig to secure a spot in the Bundesliga XI.
Werner has also enjoyed success at the international level, scoring 21 goals in 47 caps for Germany and winning the 2017 Confederations Cup.
“The last few weeks at Chelsea were difficult for me.” Werner said last October. “I fell behind and had to try to find my way back.
“In my career, things always go up and down, never rise steadily. But you learn to deal with it. I had to come back, and that’s what challenged me.
“Of course, I want more game time, so I’m practicing everything. Of course, I can’t be satisfied if I don’t play. Of course I want to start regularly for a team. great.
“But I’m not saying I’m desperate to leave if I don’t start 10 or 15 games before Christmas.
“In football, things change relatively quickly. I have to look at the big picture to make my decisions.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/erling-haaland-next-club-werner-26370101 Erling Haaland pictured in Munich as Dortmund 'keep an eye on Timo Werner' as transfer replacement