Barcelona have drawn up two possible alternative striker options should the club fail to bring Erling Halaand to the Camp nou this summer.
🔄 (CENTRE-FORWARD): Lautaro Martínez and Harry Kane are the alternatives to Erling Haaland.
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Via (🟡): @sport
🔴 Lautaro Martínez is Barça's plan B: Signing the Argentine would be more affordable than signing Haaland. Inter Milan are obliged to sell him for a cheaper amount than €111m due to the bad financial situation. [Diario Sport]
It looks as though, the Catalan giants would fancy the inter Milan youngster if the Halaand deal does not materialize.
Harry Kane is 27 and having a spectacular season with Spurs, he's the Premier League Top scorer and Top assist provider thus far, making him the best player in the division this season. Although the Englishman won't come cheap, The Sun reported that Tottenham would be willing to do business if an offer of €175m arrives for him this summer. Barca would rather spend that fee on Halaand or spend less on Lautaro Martinez.
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