Chelsea, Man city, Man Utd, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Barcelona, and even Bayern Munich, those are the top clubs in Europe right now that are linked to the signature of Norwegian international striker Eiling Halaand this summer.
Halaand who joined Borrussia Dortmund from Austrian club RB Salzburg for a fee as low as £19m have been exceptional for the German club, scoring more goals than games played for Dortmund so far.
According to reliable transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Halaand's agent is now in Barcelona after holding discussions with Dortmund.
Romano said that the race for Eiling Halaand's signature is wide open with many clubs involved. But Halaand's agent Mino Raola is reportedly in Barcelona right now, and a fee for the Norwegian International could be agreed, so Halaand could very well sign for Barca.
Barcelona is one of the clubs that are considered least favorites to sign Halaand based on their financial status, but they could still sign him even though he has a staggering £160m price tag on his head.
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