Despite Norway failing to make it to Euro 2020, Erling Haaland remains one of the hottest properties in the world of football. The 20-year-old striker had a sensational season at Borussia Dortmund, so what are the best odds for Erling Haaland to leave this summer?
When we are talking about a player from the Bundesliga it is impossible to skip Bayern Munich as a possible destination. Despite Robert Lewandowski showing no signs of slowing down, the big Pole turns 33 in August, so it’s unlikely that he’ll play his trade at the Allianz Arena much longer.
Haaland seems like a natural heir to Lewandowski and the chances of the Norwegian following in the footsteps of the Pole in moving from Dortmund to Munich are priced at 33/1.
However, according to the bookmakers it’s more likely that Haaland will not play his trade in the Bundesliga if he decides to leave Dortmund, as a number of Premier League clubs are also in the running.
Champions League winners Chelsea have the best odds for Erling Haaland’s signature at 11/8, as Thomas Tuchel is desperately looking for a prolific goalscorer this summer.
According to multiple sources, Manchester City already made an opening offer for Harry Kane and it would be almost impossible to bring both him and the BVB man in. However, the a deal for Kane is far from certain, so at 9/4, City have some of the best odds for Erling Haaland.
Best odds for Erling Haaland
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Just like Lewandowski, Karim Benzema isn’t getting any younger, so Real Madrid will need a top-notch center forward in the near future. The Norwegian is exactly that, so if you think he’ll end up with Los Blancos you can bet at 10/3 as part of the best odds for Erling Haaland and his next club.
Despite having serious financial issues with their salary cap and finances, Barcelona are also monitoring Erling’s situation closely. The Catalans already signed Sergio Aguero after his contract with Manchester City expired, so it is unlikely that they’ll make a move for Dortmund’s striker at this stage. Nevertheless, their chances are rated at 16/1 in the best odds for Erling Haaland’s next club.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Juventus remains uncertain, so in case the Bianconeri sell their superstar, they would also be able to afford the Norwegian. Juve’s chances are priced at 14/1, while Italian champions Inter have serious financial difficulties and are 33/1 in the best odds for Erling Haaland’s next club.
As things stand, those are the best odds for Erling Haaland’s next club, but with his price tag being somewhere in the region of £150m, it would be hard for anyone to lure him away from Borussia this summer. Therefore, it wouldn’t come as a surprise if the big man remains at Dortmund for at least one more year before making a big money move.