Erling Haaland Given Monstrous Price Tag By Borussia Dortmund Amid Transfer Speculation
He's enjoying an ultra-prolific campaign having scored a ridiculous 33 goals in just 31 games in all competitions, making himself one of the most sought-after players in world football.
His goal-scoring services, though, will not come cheap with Dortmund slapping a staggering £154 million asking price on their prized asset, according to ESPN.
The report claims that the expensive price-tag is designed to fend off interest - a similar stance taken with Jadon Sancho and Man United's pursuit of the England starlet last summer.
The Bundesliga club are hellbent on keeping the Norwegian phenom for at least another year.
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Of course, if he remains in Germany for another season then his modest £65 million release clause becomes valid.
The 20-year-old recently broke his silence on his future, but remained tight-lipped on reports linking him with a mega move.
"I still have three years of contract [at Borussia Dortmund]. I am not worried about that," he said.
Rio Ferdinand's agent Jamie Moralee agrees with Dortmund's valuation of Haaland, claiming the player's market value is around £150 million.
He said: "I would say that Haaland's value on the market is now around £150m.
"I think he ends up in England. Manchester City or Chelsea. His salary can end up anywhere between £200,000 and £300,000 a week."
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