Borrussia Dortmund are working towards building a title winning team when transfer window re-opens, as they have shown interest in some star players in recent times.
However, Borrussia Dortmund are reportedly finding a potential replacement for Erling Haaland, as a report claims, Borrusia Dortmund have joined the race to sign Portugal International as a replacement for Erling Haaland.
The 25-year old Portugal International who is mainly deploy as a centre-forward at Eintracht Frankfurt has gotten himself involved in 31 goals out of 28 Bundesliga matches he has participated in this season.
His impressive performance hasn't caught the attention of Borrussia Dortmund alone, Man United are also keeping close tabs on him. As a result, Borrussia Dortmund needs to up their game in order to secure him in summer.
According to transfermrkt, 25-year old Andrea Silva has less than 3 years left on his contract deal at Eintracht Frankfurt and he is currently valued at €42million.
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