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Erling Haaland has dropped a major hint about where his future lies away from Borussia Dortmund, and it's not good news for Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Haaland is expected to leave Dortmund in the summer, with reports of a transfer release clause in his contract of as little as £68 million, although some reports claim it's closer to £85 million.
The Norwegian striker has been linked with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea in the past, with the latter determined to sign him last summer before getting Romelu Lukaku, a move they might be regretting now.
And the Premier League clubs would have been amongst the favourites to sign the 21-year-old due to the finances that will be involved with paying everyone's favourite superagent, Mino Raiola.
However, according to AS, a move to England might not actually be on Haaland's mind, and the Dortmund striker has reportedly told fans, "I will play here in Spain," whilst on holiday in Marbella with his family.
That news might not actually come as much of a surprise, with Gianluca di Marzio recently revealing that Haaland doesn't actually like the Premier League.
Despite being born in England, and his dad Alf Inge Haaland having played for City and Leeds United, the former Red Bull Salzburg striker prefers La Liga.
That will come as a boost to Florentino Perez, with the Real Madrid president seemingly on a one man mission to create yet another generation of Galacticos.
Real are expected to sign Kylian Mbappe on a free transfer in the summer, with Los Blancos already able to make a move for him now it's January and his contract is due to expire.
However, it's not thought that the signing of one of the world's best forwards will put them off trying to sign another of them in the shape of Haaland.
With the potential of who they could be bringing in, it's no huge shock to hear that Los Blancos' biggest rivals, Barcelona, are hell bent on stopping them signing the Norway superstar.
Barca do have thoughts of signing the striker themselves, however they have struggled with money in recent times and recently agreed to sign Ferran Torres from Manchester City.
Raiola, who would likely get a big fee for Haaland, is expected to be busy in the coming months outside of moving the striker on, with Paul Pogba, Matthijs de Ligt and Andrea Romagnoli all potentially swapping clubs, potentially in one big connected transfer.
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