Barcelona Vice President admits Erling Haaland affair is “very, very difficult”

Barcelona Vice President Rafa Yuste has acknowledged that it can be “very, very difficult” to finish a deal for Erling Haaland this summer time.

Haaland’s unbelievable rise has continued this season regardless of a number of accidents with the striker averaging one purpose per recreation in all competitions for Borussia Dortmund.

He is predicted to depart BVB this summer time when a € 75 million (£ 63 million) launch clause in his contract begins, though studies in Germany just lately reported that golf equipment would want to set off this selection earlier than the top of April.

90min understands that there are a number of sides within the hunt to recruit Haaland with Real Madrid and Man City as the present predecessors. However, Bayern Munich are nonetheless removed from sure about Robert Lewandowski’s future.

Another potential vacation spot is Barcelona. The membership is in the midst of a rebuilding of the squad and would like to have Haaland on board – however there are nonetheless doubts about how they might finance a deal.

Vice President Yuste has additionally not completed a lot to dispel this uncertainty in a latest interview.

“I can not say that the deal is closed as you never know in football – but it is very, very difficult,” he informed Marca.

“We will not go ahead with any deal that would create problems for our financial situation.”

Although the switch from Haaland seems to be more and more unlikely, Barça will undoubtedly have some new faces of their group subsequent season. 90min understands that Blaugrana hopes to announce free transfers of Andreas Christensen, Franck Kessie and Noussair Mazraoui this month, whereas a deal for Cesar Azpilicueta can also be underway.

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