Barcelona Could Complete A Deal For World-Class Striker If Dortmund Refuse To Lower Haaland Price
By Munique | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 2429 views
Barcelona are one among the group of teams that have shown keen interest in securing a move for Erling Haaland, but they could miss out on the Dortmund star, following the huge £154m price tag Borussia Dortmund put on the inform prolific striker.
However, Barcelona are deciding on an alternative should they fail to secure the services of Haaland and are reportedly ready to launch a transfer bid for Tottenham Hotspur World-Class striker, if Dortmund refuse to lower Erling Haaland £154m price tag.
The 27 years old Tottenham Hotspur prolific striker, has been in a stunning form for Tottenham, with his goalscoring abilities being well recognised in the Premier League.
Manchester City have been credited with an interest in the 27 years old striker, as Pep Guardiola viewed the World-Class striker as a perfect replacement for Sergio Aguero, when he exit the Etihad Stadium in the summer.
Harry Kane has been able to feature in all games for Tottenham Hotspur during this campaign.
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