Bayern Munich CEO: There is no need to include Haaland at the moment

BERLIN: Oliver Kahn, CEO of Bayern Munich, said that it is not necessary to move to include the star Norway’s Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund, as the German league champion “includes Robert Lewandowski”. Oliver Kahn’s opinion was similar to that of the president of the club Herbert Hainer, who had expressed it in precedence, stating in statements to the newspaper “The Deutsche Zeitung” today, Friday, that Lewandowski “can still score between 30 and 40 goals for two years.” Pole Lewandowski continued to beat record of goals in recent years, but is thirty-three and his current contract lasts until 2023. As for Haaland, not only is he considered the next biggest star, but he is still at 21, and it is likely the best years of the his professional career did not come later. It is widely reported that Haaland’s contract with Borussia Dortmund includes a penalty clause, which is significantly lower than the player’s current market value. The name of Real Madrid has been linked to the pursuit of Haaland, who can already choose among the best club Europeans if he decides to leave Borussia Dortmund. (Dpa)

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