Real Madrid’s top brass have devised a transfer strategy including Erling Haaland and Eden Hazard.


Real Madrid have set out a plan on how they will ensure they sign Erling Haaland.

Real Madrid have set their sights on becoming the best team in the world in the next few years. They have invested heavily in young, exciting players, such as Eduardo Camavinga, and want to bring free-scoring striker Erling Haaland to the Santiago Bernabeu as well.

Haaland has set the Bundesliga alight since his arrival at Dortmund last year, scoring 47 goals in 48 appearances and becoming one of the most exciting talents in the world.

The Norwegian forward has pace and power, but most importantly he is a lethal finisher and will continue to break records as he improves.

It is well reported that the 21-year-old has a release clause of £68million in his contract that will become active in June 2022, which has caught the interest of clubs all over Europe.

However, Real Madrid may not want to wait that long to secure his signature and are looking to sell Eden Hazard in order to fund a bid.

The Belgian winger moved to Madrid in 2019 for £140m after seven successful years with the Blues, but he has struggled in the La Liga.

Understandably, the triple-figure fee paid for Hazard meant there were incredibly high expectations for the forward, but he has fallen below them consistently.

Injuries, fitness issues and internal issues within the club are being highlighted as reasons why the former Lille man has struggled, but he also lacks the pace, ability and presence that he had whilst at Stamford Bridge.

As a result, Madrid have had enough of giving Hazard second chances and are instead looking to offload him and cut their losses so that they can sign Haaland, according to Sport ES.

Rumours circulated earlier this month that there was an agreement between Dortmund and Madrid, however, the German sides chairman Hans-Joachim Watzke told Sport1, via The Sun, that this was simply not the case.

He said: “Some experts say, ‘They’re in the stock market, they’re going to have to sell Haaland next summer.’

“The decision as to whether or not to sell someone at our club is taken exclusively by the board.

“It has not yet been decided if he will leave next summer. We’ll see.”

Though the Signal Iduna Park outfit do have the power in the negotiations process for the. “Brinkwire Summary News”.


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