With 33 goals in 32 games across all competitions for Dortmund this this season, including 10 in the Champions League, Erling Haaland has become hot property, and has been linked with every top club in Europe.
It had been reported that Haaland’s father Alf-Inge and his agent Mino Raiola were spotted holding talks with Barcelona and Real Madrid officials last week, and they are set to also discuss with Premier League clubs.
Meanwhile, the Dutchman has now responded to the many reports going round about Haaland and insists that they are fake.
Raiola recently took to Twitter to respond to the transfer rumours around Haaland, and he uploaded a video of various reports involving the striker, labelling them with the word “fake” multiple times. Raiola captioned the post: “Fake news travels quick and far.”
Manchester United are among the clubs to have been linked with Haaland, and it’s yet to be seen if the club can deal with the agent’s excesses, following his antics around Paul Pogba.