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FC Bayern are interested in BVB star Erling Haaland

Hardly a day goes by without a new water level report for poker for Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund. Now it has become known to what extent FC Bayern has its fingers in the game.

As reported by “Sport Bild”, those responsible at FC Bayern have registered a “fundamental interest” in Haaland with his advisor, Mino Raiola.

According to the report, the actual entry into Haaland Poker is largely related to the future of Robert Lewandowski. The Polish treaty is dated until 2023. Should the Munich team extend their star striker, the door at Haaland would slam once and for all.

In the summer Haaland could take the next step in his career and switch to a European heavyweight. In addition to Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Manchester United, FC Bayern is also repeatedly traded as a possible buyer.

Hoeneß: That’s why a Haaland transfer doesn’t make sense

Ex-President Uli Hoeneß recently revealed that Bayern will probably not strike the Dortmund goal scorer.

“So one thing is certain: that Erling Haaland would look good on every team in the world. There is no question about that. And if we didn’t have Robert Lewandowski, thank God we have him, FC Bayern would certainly have to deal with Haaland. But Robert will be able to play at such a high level for at least another three or four years “, the former president of Munich told the” SID “:” And FC Bayern would have been hit with the bell if they sent Robert away and Erling Haaland at all costs would get. “

Hoeneß’s successor Herbert Hainer also recently indicated that FC Bayern will continue to rely on Lewandowski in the forefront in the future. “Robert knows that I and everyone in charge appreciate him very much, I’ve told him that often enough. We are so happy that we have him because he is an absolute goal guarantee, the world’s best striker,” said the 67-year-old the “Bild am Sonntag”. “I would be happy if he would end his career with us.”

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