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Borussia Dortmund Hatch Plan To Keep Erling Haaland Beyond 2022

Borussia Dortmund are dealing with a worthwhile agreement proposition to convince hotshot striker Erling Haaland to remain at the club past the finish of this season. 

Haaland, who has scored 70 objectives in 69 appearances since joining the club for only 20m in January 2020, has turned into the most pursued forward in Europe and is broadly tipped to leave in the mid year when a 75m (63m) discharge condition in his present agreement becomes dynamic. 

That covered figure stands to make Haaland a take in the exchange market since his actual worth, given his present capacity and long haul potential, is ostensibly twofold that at 150m-200m. 

Chelsea were exceptionally keen on the Norwegian prior to going to essential objective Romelu Lukaku in front of this season, while any semblance of Manchester United, Manchester City and Real Madrid will be on the lookout for a striker in 2022. 

Chelsea have even been tipped to return in for him, notwithstanding previously landing Lukaku. Paris Saint-Germain could likewise turn into a choice, contingent upon how Kylian Mbappes future unfurls. 

In any case, Dortmund, who lost Jadon Sancho to Manchester United in July, are justifiably quick to keep hold of their best player. Thusly, Sky Deutschland has revealed that the club is planning to offer Haaland twofold his present compensation, which would take his settle up to 18m each year. 

A critical inspiration for the club in any new arrangement would postpone the actuation of his delivery provision until 2023. It is said that Dortmund trust Haalands choice will likewise consider how settled he has been since his appearance and his great connection with the club. 

The specific model given that Dortmund desire to follow is that of Dayot Upamecano, who consented to remain at RB Leipzig in 2020 when he had offers to leave, giving the club one more year before he in the end joined Bayern Munich in front of this season.

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