From Germany they continue to point out that the future of Erling Haaland remains in Dortmund. The Bild newspaper flatly denies speculation about a € 75 million clause that would take effect this summer if Real Madrid were seriously interested in the Norwegian player. “It is false information,” writes the newspaper in its online version, stressing that said clause cannot be made before the summer of 2021. In the event that the BVB changes its mind and decides to put its star up for sale before that date, it would request a much higher amount than the one established in said clause. It’s more, always according to Bild, the player himself (with a contract until 2024) also does not consider the option of leaving Dortmund in the next summer market. The Borusser team took over the services of the Red Bull Salzburg striker in exchange for 20 million euros and the Haaland environment continues to be convinced that the Bundesliga is the perfect place for the world soccer fashion boy to continue growing. “I feel like home,” said Erling, whose goal would be to play in the Premier one day. This is stated by Bild, who concludes his article with the following phrase decicated to Madrid: “Hard times for the real”.