According to reports, Manchester City are now ready to rival Chelsea’s bid for the BVB striker. The both teams (Chelsea and Manchester city) are both owned by billionares. Man City owner Khalifa Al Mubarak is willing to table a sensational £130m bid for the buzzing Norwegian, according to transfer reporter Ekrem Konur.
City are yet to replace the departed Sergio Aguero and are targeting Harry Kane and Erling Haaland for a likely deal. With City now set to make their intent official, a bidding war between City and Chelsea over Haaland may ensue, with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich seemingly very keen on signing Haaland.
Meanwhile, Haaland’s compatriot Jan Aage Fjortoft has claimed that Chelsea are planning something big for Haaland and Dortmund ‘won’t say no’ if Chelsea were to make an offer of £150m.
Chelsea is (next to Man City & Real Madrid) a club Erling Haaland could imagine to play for in the future. But there is no official bid yet. BVB want to keep him and still planning with him. But: If a €175m offer really comes in, Borussia will give way. [@berger_pj]Chelsea - 11/8
Man City - 9/4
Real Madrid - 10/3
Which team will bag Haaland's signature?
Chelsea and man city on close tight race for halaand, thrilling finish expected at the end. Man city are expected to make an offer around £130m with ad on. City also looking to offer 90mil for grealish.
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