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5 Big Clubs Which May Not Be Bidding For Erling Haaland Next Season

Erling Haaland will be available for as low as £70 million next summer transfer window. The Dortmund hitman has a release clause of £70 million on his current contract that will expire in the next two years. Many European top clubs are currently preparing a bid for the Striker. However, some big clubs will not be able to bid for Erling Haaland because of his huge wages demand.

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Here are the 5 big clubs that will not be bidding for the Norwegian striker.

1. Barcelona

Barcelona is currently in the middle of a deep financial crisis. The same problem led to the release of their best player Lionel Messi, who joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer last summer. Barca is currently out of the race to sign Erling Haaland next summer.

2. Atletico Madrid 

Atletico Madrid is another Spanish club that is having a financial problem. They loan their midfielder Saul Niguez to Chelsea during the last transfer window because of their financial problem. Atletico Madrid is considered out of the race to sign Haaland due to his salary demand. 

3. Manchester United 

With the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United and Pogba demanding a massive salary to stay at the club. Manchester United may not be able to join other clubs to bid for Haaland next season.

4. Liverpool

Liverpool needs a striker like Erling Haaland, but the English club may not enter the race with other clubs to sign him next season. The club transfer budgets will be very low.

5. Juventus

Due to the global pandemic, Juventus are not financially stable at the moment. The club allowed Cristiano Ronaldo to leave the club during the last summer window because of their financial crisis. They will not be able to join the race to sign Haaland next season.

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