Keeping Haaland is going to be difficult admits Dortmund chief

Some things within football are actually rather obvious at times.

One of the things that are really obvious is that the biggest teams will circle around a quality player regardless of the club they are currently playing at like sharks in infested waters and will not relent until they get what they want.

Borussia Dortmund may have already experienced it with a number of their players in the past, but it will be a whole different situation in the near future if Erling Haaland continues to do the business on the pitch and make scoring goals look as simple as he does with every match that he plays! Maybe they should get him to use the best online casinos USA has to offer so they can make some money from him that way.

The Norwegian has been a huge sensation and has taken the world of football by storm with his performances, whether it be for Red Bull Salzburg or BVB in recent years, which is why so many different football clubs are going to be interested in him.

Indeed, the fact that it is believed he has a release clause that is thought to be between €75 and €100 million, which is perhaps a small price to pay for many of the teams that will be interested as his goals will be invaluable to them in regards to silverware.

Asked about the player’s long-term future at the Signal Iduna Park Stadion, it is clear that there is plenty of concern with a senior club official already admitting that whilst they are prepared to fight to keep him in Dortmund, it will be difficult.

Quoted by Die Welt, as per Buli News, CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke stated: “Of course it will be difficult.

“I’m not saying it’s completely out of the question, though. We will do everything we can to keep our top players with us in the future.

“But here, too, the question arises: what is responsible and what isn’t?”

Of course, there will be a number of clubs who will be interested in Haaland this summer and knowing that he will be available to buy, the responsible choice that BVB may have to make is to let their player go in the summer to try and achieve the biggest prizes that the game has to offer; just as he would when he plays online pokies for real money.

Oh, let’s not forget, Mino Raiola is Haaland’s agent, so keeping him in Germany with the club is something that is going to be incredibly unlikely if some of Europe’s other top teams come calling for him, as the super agent is going to want his fair share when brokering a deal for one of world football’s next superstars.