Erling Haaland is now on everyone’s lips in the football world. The edge with the baby face is on the hunt for goals for BVB, but whether he will stay with the black and yellow beyond this season can be doubted. Juventus’ sports coordinator Federico Cherubini announced that the old lady was already trying to sign the Norwegian and commented on a potential contract extension with Paulo Dybala.
Haaland’s working paper at Borussia Dortmund is still valid until June 30, 2024, but after Sport1-Information could change the Norwegian in the coming summer due to an exit clause, which should amount to a maximum of 90 million euros, significantly below its estimated market value. There is eager speculation about Haaland’s departure, but staying in Dortmund beyond the current season seems very unlikely.
Juves Cherubini betrayed Tuttosportthat his club wanted to sign Haaland years ago, but it was known to fail. The loan offered was out of the question for the player.
The sports coordinator of the Italian record champions was positive about an early extension of the current contract with Dybala:
“I’m optimistic about Paulo Dybala’s contract renewal. There is a tendency to go free agent but I’m relaxed with Paulo. All parties want to reach an agreement. Dybala’s contract expires in June but he is a key player for us.”