Patrik Schick is being traded as the successor to Erling Haaland at BVB and the Norwegian is apparently facing a major supplier deal. The news and rumors about BVB.
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BVB: Schick acted as Haaland’s successor
Patrik Schick is traded as the successor to Erling Haaland at BVB.
As the Sports picture reported, BVB has the Bayer Leverkusen striker on the list as Haaland’s successor. He is said to have been “intensely scouted” years ago and could make the next career step with the black and yellow, it is said.
However, the transfer could be a problem for the Czech. Leverkusen paid AS Roma € 26.5 million in 2020 and his contract with the Werkself runs until 2025.
In addition to Schick, Sebastien Haller is also mentioned again as a possible Haaland successor, the Ajax striker is even said to be a “hot candidate”. Ajax is asking for around 40 million euros for the former Frankfurt resident.
BVB: Haaland is looking forward to a major supplier deal
Erling Haaland is apparently waving a big deal with Dortmund outfitter Puma. That reports the Sports picture.
According to this, Puma Haaland, whose contract with Nike expires at the end of the year, will offer a contract for eight million euros annually and thus “go to the extreme pain limit”. At Nike he is currently said to earn a million.
According to the report, Haaland could perhaps also be convinced to stay in Dortmund.
In addition, BVB apparently plans to make Haaland the club’s top earner with an annual salary of 16 million euros if they stay for another year. Coupled with the Puma deal, it would then rake in 24 million a year.
Most recently, Haaland’s advisor Mino Raiola held out the prospect of his protégé in Dortmund. “We will look for the best option. I do not rule out that he will stay with Dortmund for another year,” he told the Dutch radio station NOS.