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Chelsea want to sign Haaland in 2021 – More expensive than Havertz without clauseerling haaland chelsea
Timo Werner and Kai Havertz in 2020 and Erling Haaland in 2021? As reported by The Athletic, Chelsea are very interested in signing the BVB striker next summer and will make a “big push” to make it happen. The Londoners are said to be determined to complete a deal at the end of the season rather than witing until 2022 like many other interested parties – then the exit clause in Haaland’s contract, which runs until 2024, will reportedly come into effect.
Stats E. Haaland Centre-Forward Borussia Dortmund Season 20/21–
All competitions Games 41 Goals 41 Assists 12
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Chelsea expect there to be less competition for the coveted Haaland this summer, with hardly any club able to afford a transfer of this magnitude. The transfer fee would have to be negotiated with Borussia Dortmund, as the Bundesliga’s most valuable player does not have an exit clause in 2021. “There is no such agreement,” BVB boss Hans-Joachim Watzke told Sport Bild in November when asked if a clause could be triggered as early as next summer.
Haaland on topThe most valuable Bundesliga playersClick here for overviewAccording to reports, Haaland can move on for a fixed transfer fee of €75 million in the summer of 2022 – a deal in 2021 is only possible in case of a significantly higher offer. Consequently, Chelsea would not only have to equal their transfer record, as they did when signing Havertz, who arrived from Bayer Leverkusen for €80 million, but even break it this time. To date, the €100 million mark has only been surpassed ten times.
Dembélé, Bale & Co. – All €100 million transfers in football history 12 Gareth Bale – Tottenham > Real Madrid – 13/14 – €101M ©imago images
11 Paul Pogba – Juventus > Man United – 16/17 – €105M ©imago images
9 Eden Hazard – Chelsea > Real Madrid – 19/20 – €115M ©imago images
9 Romelu Lukaku – Inter > Chelsea – 21/22 – €115M ©imago images
8 Cristiano Ronaldo – Real Madrid > Juventus – 18/19 – €117M ©TM/imago images
7 Jack Grealish – Aston Villa > Man City – 21/22 – €117.5M ©imago images
6 Antoine Griezmann – Atlético Madrid > Barça – 19/20 – €120M ©imago images
5 João Félix – Benfica > Atlético Madrid – 19/20 – €127M ©imago images
4 Ousmane Dembélé – BVB > Barça – 17/18 – €140M ©imago images
2 Philippe Coutinho – Liverpool > Barça -17/18 – €145M ©imago images
2 Kylian Mbappé – Monaco > PSG – 18/19 – €145M ©imago images
1 Neymar – Barça > PSG – 17/18 – €222M ©imago images
Agent Mino Raiola said of his most valuable client in a Tuttosport interview: “He has the ambitions to win the Champions League. (…) When Haaland leaves, he will not leave for money but because he wants to play at one of the biggest clubs for international titles.” Whether this description necessarily fits Chelsea, who are four points behind 4th place, is currently doubtful. However, the perspective speaks for the Londoners, as the squad is highly talented, the stars are young and the team was rebuild for €247 million last summer.
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Despite the recent dip in form, the Blues’ chances of winning domestic as well as international titles are likely to be higher than BVB’s, who are likely to face two landmark transfer decisions over Haaland and Jadon Sancho in 2021, in addition to their managerial search.
The most expensive Premier League signings in history 20 – Tanguy Ndombélé | 19/20 from Lyon to Tottenham for €60M ©imago images
20 – Anthony Martial | 15/16 from Monaco to Man United for €60M ©imago images
20 – Naby Keita | 18/19 from Leipzig to Liverpool for €60M ©imago images
19 – Alisson | 18/19 from AS Rom to Liverpool for €62.5M ©imago images
18 – Rodri | 19/20 from Atlético to Man City for €62.7M ©imago images
17 – Raheem Sterling | 15/16 from Liverpool to Man City for €63.7M ©imago images
16 – Pierre-E. Aubameyang | 17/18 from BVB to Arsenal for €63.75M ©imago images
15 – Christian Pulisic | 18/19 from BVB to Chelsea for €64M ©imago images
13 – Aymeric Laporte | 17/18 from Bilbao to Man City for €65M ©imago images
13 – Joao Cancelo | 19/20 from Juventus to Man City for €65M ©TM/imago images
12 – Alvaro Morata | 17/18 from Real Madrid to Chelsea for €66M ©imago images
11 – Riyad Mahrez | 18/19 from Leicester to Man City for €67.8M ©imago images
10 – Rúben Dias | 20/21 from Benfica to Man City for €68M ©imago images
9 – Ángel Di María | 14/15 from Real Madrid to Man United for €75M ©imago images
8 – Kevin de Bruyne | 15/16 from Wolfsburg to Man City for €76M ©imago images
5 – Kepa | 18/19 from Bilbao to Chelsea for €80M ©imago images
5 – Nicolas Pépé | 19/20 from Lille to Arsenal for €80M ©imago images
5 – Kai Havertz | 20/21 from B. Leverkusen to Chelsea for €80M ©imago images
4 – Virgil van Dijk | 17/18 from Southampton to Liverpool for €84.65M ©imago images
3 – Romelu Lukaku | 17/18 from Everton to Man United for €84.7M ©imago images
2 – Harry Maguire | 19/20 from Leicester to Man United for €87M ©TM/imago images
1 – Paul Pogba | 16/17 from Juventus to Man United for €105M ©imago images
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Chelsea want to sign Haaland in 2021 – More expensive than Havertz without clause