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Good News!! Chelsea President ‘Abramovich says he wants Erling Haaland in Chelsea at all Costs



Erling Haaland

Haaland Agent, Mino Raiola has suggested that Chelsea are not the only team that want to secure the signing of Borussia Dortmud striker Erling Haaland.

According to Italian sport website Tuttomercatoweb, it was garther yesterday tht Chelsea owner Roman Abramovicg wants to secure the signature of the 20-years-old striker at all costs in the summer, having budgeted €300m (£258m) for new signings at the end of the season.

Erling Haaland

Speakimg about Haaland’s future, Agent Raiola noted that every single sporting directot would be keen to secure the signature of the Norwegian striker if he becomes available in the summer.

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He made it know that only a maximum of Ten (10) clubs can afford to meet up with the striker release clause to buy him, and give the platform you would like after you’ve been in Dortmund.

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Agent Raiola said, four of those 10 clubs are in England.

I don’t think there’s any sport director or trainer in the world football that would say he’s not intrested in Haaland, Raiola Said.

Erling Haaland
Haaland have a released clause of €75m (£65m) while this can only ne activated at the end of next season, so if Abramovich wants the striker this summer, he will definately cost a lot more.

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Dortmud could come under pressure from different big teams, coming in for Haalands if they fail to qualify for thr Champions League, while Chelsea may feel its the best moment to invest in a global talent.

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