Reports in Germany describe the club’s hope that he will either sign an exceptional new contract or inform them of his decision to leave by the end of next month, with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City continuing their move. signature.
Speaking of which, Barcelona continue to be an important player in the market despite their financial difficulties. Ferran Torres was finally registered as a LaLiga player yesterday after Samuel Umtiti suffered a salary cut.
Links outside Spain suggest the Camp Nou club may be open to a deal for Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
Manchester United continue to look for a new central midfielder in the window while also looking to loan people like Amad Diallo. Paul Pogba’s future is also up in the air.
At Arsenal, main target Dusan Vlahovic exposed his heavy demands for a transfer from Fiorentina. There is also talk of emergency loan signings to bolster Mikel Arteta’s squad – with Georginio Wijnaldum linked.
Chelsea continue to work to secure the future of Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta and Andreas Christensen before their contracts expire. Meanwhile, Tottenham are preparing for their next few months after Antonio Conte assesses his squad.
It promises to be another exciting window in January and we’ll have updates on Newcastle, Aston Villa, Kylian Mbappe, Romelu Lukaku, Luka Modric, Divock Origi and more.
Welcome to another big day in the January transfer market – let’s get started!
Dortmund ready for Haaland showdown
Erling Haaland will be joined by agent Mino Raiola and father Alf-Inge for crucial talks with Borussia Dortmund in the coming days.
According to German media Sport Bild, the club hope to hear the striker’s decision on his future by the end of February.
Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona are just a few of the European giants looking to pounce on the Norwegian, who currently has a £ 63million release clause which can be triggered this summer.
Dortmund haven’t given up hope, however, with factors including special privileges, the possibility of becoming a club legend and a £ 300,000-per-week contract offer used in their plan to persuade Haaland to stay.