Erling Haaland looks to be growing frustrated with Borussia Dortmund as he has issued an ultimatum which if things don’t change he will move elsewhere which includes Chelsea.
The Norwegian striker is said to be angry with the performance of the team after their recent 2-2 draw against Koln which he scored both goals for the team after giving them the lead only for them to go down.
Chelsea are amongst the favorite who might land a deal for Erling Haaland who looks likely to make that move if Borussia Dortmund fails to qualify for The UEFA Champions League next season.
The Blues are said to be exploring more options which will sweeten the deal as they might be forced to use Timo Werner as part of the deal, while Tammy Abraham is said to be another option.
Manchester City and United are also lurking around hoping to sign the player while it is also reported that Haaland has chosen to make a move to Real Madrid next season which the deal is worth over £150 million.
The striker is reportedly growing frustrated at his side’s inconsistency and will leave if the team misses the UEFA Champions League qualification spot ahead of next season.
After storming off the pitch and into the tunnel after Dortmund’s draw on Saturday, Haaland has let his agent know that he wants to leave the club this summer if they miss out on Champions League, according to report from AS.
Dortmund sit fifth in the Bundesliga table but trail Eintract Frankfurt by four points for the fourth spot, as they are also in the Champions League quarter-finals which they will be going up against Manchester City.
Erling Haaland has 21 domestic goals this campaign and along with Kylian Mbappe and he is considered as one of the most sought-after players in recent memory with Chelsea, City, United, PSG and Real Madrid after him.