The transfer saga surrounding Erling Halaand has been immense. The English and Germany media have tried to explain the ongoing development behind the big transfer. None has come up with a vindictive information about the stance. The Bundesliga star has been strongly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge this summer. After the reported bid which was rejected, the Blues were prepared for a mega deal. Fabrizio Romano kept updating that no negotiations had commenced. A mere but strong interest had been established though.
Erling Halaand has however finally broken the silence behind the links. He claims that he has not yet talked to his agent for over two months now. He also has not heard of any negotiations for his move to Chelsea. He added that he is happy at Borrussia Dortmund and looks to help the club achieve more. He then claimed that the rumoured €175 million was so much for a player. He hopes that it is not true. He finally claimed that he wishes to win trophies so he can't close out on a possibility of transfer. It is however uncertain whether he will come to Chelsea.
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