Haaland must wait, Real Madrid have obstacles to sign him

The jewel of the Norwegian National Team is a wish of the ‘Merengues’, but they must wait a long time to acquire their services. Haaland will not arrive at Real Madrid before 2022 by some obstacles that exist.

Zidane will have other priorities for 2021.

It is not new to anyone that the Borussia Dortmund star is on the radar of the ‘Whites’, since he began to shine in the Champions League and in the Austrian League he became one of the favorite forwards of the Spanish club.

They have singled out this Norwegian as the future replacement of Karim Benzema, despite the fact that in the current squad there are footballers like Mariano Diaz Y Luka Jovic. In fact, the former Red Bull Salzburg player has one of the most interesting scoring odds in the Old Continent.

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According AsErling Haaland will not arrive at Real Madrid before 2022. Instead, Kylian Mbappé Y Eduardo Camavinga would be the chosen ones by Florentino Pérez and Zinedine Zidane for the 2021/22 season. Why should the Norwegian wait?

The scorer of the ‘Bees’ has 20 years.

Haaland cannot reach Madrid the following campaign because the Bundesliga team prevents him from leaving before 2022. In addition, the coaching staff does not want to bring more competition to Benzema, now that it is working.

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It would not be a good option either have the norwegian on the bench.

The Spanish media added that there is a verbal pact between the player’s agent, Mino Raiola, and the German club itself, to facilitate their departure from 2022 in the future. Will Real Madrid have him one day on their bench?

It should be noted that Erling Haaland arrived at Dortmund in December 2019 after paying 20 million euros to Salzburg. Since then adds 21 goals and 5 assists in 23 official matches (between League, Cup, German Super Cup and Champions League).

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