Erling Haaland's father and agent Mino Raiola have now arrived in their second European city on Thursday - this time to meet with Real Madrid's Florentino Perez to understand a possible proposal that could be on the table from the Bernabeu club.
After meeting with Joan Laporta of Barcelona earlier on Thursday, it was later revealed that the trip was part of a "tour" of potential buyers from across Europe, to seek the best possible move for Erling Haaland - a player who is set to attract bids upwards of €150 million over the next few months.
According to information from Mundo Deportivo, the plan for the meetings with various clubs is for Erling Haaland's agents and representatives to understand what the clubs will offer them, and gather as much information as possible - before assessing all the options and information presented.
Fernando Polo of Mundo Deportivo understands that Mino Raiola intends to meet with all the clubs, of which there are believed to be five, that have approached him about Erling Haaland, and transfer that information to Borussia Dortmund, whom he met with yesterday.
The stance from the Bundesliga club is firm. They stand by the idea that they have no intention of selling the Norwegian striker this summer, and that it would take a fee in excess of €150 million should they eventually sell the player.
However, according to reports from Norway today, Borussia Dortmund do understand that 'the game' surrounding Haaland could change, should they miss out on Europe's premier club competition for next season: the UEFA Champions League.
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