Borussia Dormund striker Earling Haaland is edging closer to a move to the Premier league.
The Norwegian is attracting interested from both Manchester clubs, Liverpool and Chelsea in England, as well as chuck of teams around Europe, but according to reports, he is keen on moving to England.
Reports say that, Real Madrid who were the favorite's to sign the player, dropped out of the race, and the player's agent Mino Raiola has already informed his clients in England about the same.
Madrid is said to have opted to pull out of the race to sign Haaland after further considering there transfer plans for the summer. It is estimated that it will cost £300million to sign Haaland, when wages and the transfer fee is taken into account.
Madrid has long courted the signing of Mbappe and are set to pay an astonishing £1million per week in wages to snap him up.
The 21-year-old has a £67million realese clause in his contract at Dortmund that comes active in the summer.
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