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Barcelona promote Haaland transfer

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Barcelona promote Haaland transfer



Manchester City talisman Erling Haaland is a Barcelona target and it appears a deal has already been agreed.



Manchester City striker Erling Haaland wants to move to Barcelona via Real Madrid after previously committing to join the Catalans.



Haaland
is only in his second season in England, but last month he did not rule out a move to La Liga, leading to speculation that both Clasico sides might want to take him to Spain. The 23-year-old appears to have bought a property in the country last year to fuel further rumors.



Spanish media are still speculating about his next move after a disappointing afternoon against Arsenal at the weekend. Barcelona manager Joan Laporta wants to bring the Leeds-born striker to the Camp Nou.



FC Barcelona president Joan Laporta during the La Liga EA Sports match between Rayo Vallecano and FC Barcelona at Campo de Futbol de Vallecas in Madrid, Spain on November 25, 2023. (Photo by: David S. Bustamante/Socrates/Getty Images) Real Madrid Kylian Mbappé.



The Spanish sports newspaper claims that Haaland would "prioritize" signing with the Blaugrana, after Mundo Deportivo recently reported that the striker is already close to signing for the Blaugrana.



"When Leo Messi left Barça in the summer of 2021, Haaland finally agreed to stay at Dortmund for another year," Mundo Deportivo reported. "But the Norwegian has said 'yes' to Barça for the next season."



Despite claims that Barca still had a strong interest in Haaland, Barcelona ultimately signed fellow Bundesliga star Robert Lewandowski. Meanwhile, Sport cited Bojan Krkic's father as a source of information.



Robert Lewandowski of FC Barcelona warms up before the La Liga EA Sports match between FC Barcelona and Cadiz CF at the Estadi Olympique Lluis Company on August 20, 2023 in Barcelona, ​​Spain. However, there is no chance of Haaland leaving Manchester City this summer, despite Barcelona's interest in a future move. Still, given the financial constraints, the power of the Premier League and the potential for inflation in the transfer market, it's not certain that they can get him for two or three seasons.






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