A new day, a new update in poker about BVB star Erling Haaland: Despite his sensational frustration interview after the last Bundesliga game, the Norwegian seems to be still being courted by those in charge at Borussia Dortmund. Now it has been revealed how the goalgetter should be made to stay in Westphalia palatable.
Most recently, Erling Haaland let off steam publicly when he complained about the “pressure” from the BVB bosses immediately after his top performance against SC Freiburg, who are said to be pushing him to make a quick decision about his future.
In the black and yellow camp, there was no consensus as to how the critical statements should be evaluated. While managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke and trainer Marco Rose wanted to calmly tick off the subject, the future sports director Sebastian Kehl was at least irritated.
Haaland’s statements were and are also hotly debated outside of the club. On Monday, Michael Reschke, former squad planner at FC Bayern Munich, added his two cents.
“He’s a 21-year-old player who reads speculation about him every day. It’s understandable that he sometimes says that the pressure on him is growing,” said the 64-year-old in the “ran Bundesliga web show“.
“Difference of 80 to 100 million euros” for BVB
In addition, Reschke, who is now working as a player consultant, shared some insider information on the current status of the Haaland cause.
“I heard that BVB is willing to buy his transfer fee from him,” he revealed, alluding to the goal scorer’s exit clause.
Reschke once again emphasized the financial dimensions of change poker. “For Dortmund, leaving or staying is a difference of 80 to 100 million euros,” emphasized the long-time official.
In this respect, he also showed understanding for the Westphalian push for planning security. “In the event of a departure, it is of course important for BVB to find the best possible alternative. And the time factor plays a decisive role here. Therefore: The earlier BVB receives a clear announcement, the more important it is in the entire planning process,” said Reschke.