After Roman Abramovich intervenes, Chelsea are confident of signing Erling Haaland.
According to reports, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has agreed to pay Erling Haaland what he wants.
According to sources, Chelsea is ‘confident’ that they will conclude a deal to capture Erling Haaland this transfer window. Chelsea’s primary striker target is Haaland, who is said to have had a cash-plus-players offer rejected by Borussia Dortmund earlier this week. After owner Roman Abramovich ‘signed off’ on the Norwegian’s pay demands, all that remains is to finalize a fee, according to reports.
Dortmund have stated that they will not sell Haaland during this transfer window.
The Bundesliga club is reportedly willing to pay up to £150 million for the 20-year-old.
However, Haaland’s contract includes a release clause that will take effect in the summer of 2022.
The clause will allow Haaland to be sold for much less than Dortmund’s £150 million asking price in this window.
Dortmund are attempting to wring out as much money as possible for Haaland this summer, according to transfer expert Ian McGarry, and are not completely opposed to a sale.
Chelsea, according to McGarry, believes they will be able to complete a trade after settling Haaland’s pay.
On the Transfer Window podcast, McGarry stated, “They are sure that Haaland will come in.”
“As we previously reported, Chelsea and Roman Abramovich have agreed on Haaland’s salaries, which are big, and it’s now only a matter of agreeing on a deal with Dortmund.
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“Dortmund is playing hardball, but Jadon Sancho and Manchester United have been here before.
“They are aware of the scenario with his get-out clause, which is set to take effect next summer.
“As a result, Chelsea are sure that they will be able to complete this transaction because Dortmund do not want to lose the player and lose about €40 million to €50 million in value as it is.”
Sancho is expected to join United soon after a £73 million fee was agreed earlier this month.
Last Thursday, the England star passed his physical and will sign a five-year contract.
Although Haaland is saddened by Sancho’s departure, he feels Dortmund will be fine without him.
“Me and Jadon get along swimmingly, and he’s a.”Brinkwire Summary News”.