Burussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland has been linked with transfers away from Germany with many of the world best clubs scrambling for his signature. However, there are circulating news which says that the striker's done is now practically done.
So who has he signed for ? According to OkDiario chief Inda has claimed that Haaland is going to Real Madrid. He said: “Haaland's signing for Madrid is practically done. It is closer than it seems. One of the keys is Florentino's great harmony with the president of Dortmund, who are contemporary and get along very well. The negotiation with Raiola is being carried out by Jose Angel Sanchez and the agreement with the footballer is closed.” This is big blow to teams such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool who are interested in his services.
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