Mino Raiola has revealed the conditions that Erling Haaland is wanting to be fulfilled before moving to one of Europe’s biggest clubs.

The Norwegian striker is naturally of big interest to many sides this summer and for the future with the way he has shot to prominence and continues to score piles of goals.

Of course, Dortmund are going to be keen to try and keep him but whether they can or not remains to be seen as the biggest sides in Europe circle.

According to the Liverpool Echo, Liverpool remain linked with the player and, speaking to AS, Raiola has revealed what Haaland is looking for from his next club:

“Haaland is interested in two things: scoring goals – because he is like a Cristiano or a Zlatan, he has that positive obsession – and winning titles.

“He will choose, surely, where those two things together happen more. It is very difficult to lie.

When a club like Barcelona or Madrid arrives, with so much history and so great, it is difficult to say no.

“PSG is entering this group of greats, City is trying to get there, Juve has always been there.

“The championship they play also matters. PSG plays the worst league of the greats. Bayern are already in an attractive league, but we know that they always win it. In Spain there are three with options.”

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ANFIELD WATCH VERDICT

Is there any actual likelihood that Haaland is going to join Liverpool when you think about the finances that are going to be involved? That is the real question.

Obviously, he’s a top class player and will likely go on to be one of the leading lights in the game if he isn’t that already but that comes at a premium and we’re in a pandemic that has caused massive financial issues.

Raiola will continue to bang the drum – we’ll have to just wait and see who ends up getting the striker.

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