The race to sign Erling Haaland has taken another turn. According to reports, the in-demand striker flew to Germany on Wednesday to hold talks with Borussia Dortmund.
Haaland has become one of Europe's hottest properties following a prolific run of form for Salzburg.
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Local newspaper Ruhr Nachrichten and Radio 91.2 claim the Norwegian and his high-profile agent Mino Raiola arrived at Dortmund Airport and were met by a BVB official the day after Salzburg's Champions League loss to Liverpool.
Haaland played 75 minutes against the holder but was unable to add to his impressive eight-goal haul in Europe this season. Manchester United, Juventus and Real Madrid are among the other heavyweights reportedly showing interest in the 19-year-old.
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