Borussia Dortmund is currently trying hard to find high-quality replacement for striker Star Erling Haaland. The Norwegian will most likely leave BVB in the coming summer. The hottest candidates continue to include goalkeepers from the Bundesliga.
Like the “Star Erling Image” recently listened, Sasa Kalajdzic continues to be considered as an interesting player for the squaders of the BVB from the relegated-threatened VfB Stuttgart. After a long injury break in the first round, the Austrian last reached his full competition hardness again and stood the last four games for the Swabia on the lawn.
Kalajdzic is intended to cost the media report a relatively low transfer fee, from 15 to 20 million euros is the speech. If the VfB descends from the Bundesliga, a farewell to the national player is practically fix. In the case of classrooms, the Stuttgart still hope for a whereabouts of the 24-year-old, which currently has a working paper by 2024 on the Neckar.
As another potential Haaland successor at BVB, Patrik Schick has been traded by League Competition Bayer Leverkusen for months. The Czech convinces with a similar outstanding goal quota like Haaland itself, this season achieved 20 goals in 20 Bundesliga inserts.
According to “Star Erling Image” info, it should not be a topic with the black-yellow, as at least 70 million euros would be payable for him, which the BVB does not want to pay in the coming transfer summer.
Race for Haaland succession at BVB still open
Furthermore, the name Sébastien Haller was always hotly handled around the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund. The ex-striker from Eintracht Frankfurt convinced this season mainly in the European Cup, met in its first Champions League season sensational eleven times in eight inserts for Ajax Amsterdam.
Even in Haller’s case, the high transfer should probably become the sticking point. As it means in the trade magazine, Haller should pay at least 30 million euros. Due to its long-term contract period until 2025, this requirement from Amsterdam could even rise significantly, as the Ivorer has no exit clause.
The race for Haaland succession in the storm tip is currently completely open. It is clear that the BVB should reinvest the 75 million euro transfer revenue for the Norwegian directly.