October 13, 2021 – Erik ten Hag is not willing to just cooperate with a departure from Sébastien Haller. The attacker from Ivory Coast exchanged West Ham United for Ajax last winter, which paid a record amount of 22.5 million euros for him. Borussia Dortmund would have him on the grain, but there must be a high transfer fee in return.
“I don’t know what Borussia Dortmund is planning,” Ten Hag responds in conversation with IMAGE. “He is a player with a lot of qualities, so I would understand that Dortmund find him an interesting player. What is clear is that he will have to cost a lot of money.” The strong striker still has a contract until the summer of 2025 in Amsterdam.
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Dortmund sees Haller as the possible successor to phenomenon Erling Haaland, who will most likely embark on a new adventure next summer or perhaps even in winter. The complete world top preys on the scribble of the Norwegian goal cannon. Manchester City, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain seem to have the best papers for the time being.
Haller has had an excellent start to the new season. In total, the counter so far stands at ten hits. He made five of them in the Champions League, where he only needed two group matches. Next Tuesday he will want to resume his goal-hunting goal against Borussia Dortmund.