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Borussia Dortmund tempts Haaland with double the salary to convince him to stay

Press reports revealed that the German club, Borussia Dortmund, is trying to keep its young Norwegian star Erling Haaland One of the ambitions of the top European clubs, especially Real Madrid, in the coming period.

The Catalan newspaper, Mundo Deportivo, reported that Borussia Dortmund is trying to protect its star Haaland from the Royal Club, which sought to include the young striker during the next summer transfer season.

The newspaper pointed out that the goal of the German club is to keep Halland until the summer of 2023 at the very least, and not to leave him next summer, and to do so, the club is trying to persuade Halland to raise his annual salary from 8 million euros to 15 million.

The newspaper pointed out that after the statements of the mother of the French star, Kylian Mbappe, about the possibility of renewing his contract with Paris Saint-Germain, Haaland became Real Madrid’s first target next summer.

Haaland is the top scorer in the German league this season with 7 goals, along with Polish star Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich striker.

The Norwegian Football Association announced that Haaland was absent from the matches between Turkey and Montenegro in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar qualifiers due to injury..

The Borussia Dortmund striker has officially confirmed his absence from the Turkey and Montenegro matches in the World Cup qualifiers due to his continuing muscle problems.

Halland, 21, wrote on his Twitter account: “Hi guys, sorry I’m not ready to play with the national team, I was eager to play, anyway, good luck for Norway“.

The injury prevented Halland from playing the last three matches with his team Dortmund, and there was doubt about his participation in the World Cup qualifiers..

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