Real Madrid are going to try and push through the signing of Erling Haaland a year early by offering Dortmund a swap deal, a report claims.
Calciomercato.it reported recently that Haaland is Milan’s dream for the post-Ibrahimovic era, adding that the Dortmund star is a possibility when looking at centre-forwards to replace the Swede, who is 39 years of age.
SportMediaset (via Daniele Triolo on Twitter) believe that Milan are working with Raiola for the signing of Haaland next summer, with no €75million release clause and the possibility of Rafael Leao being included in the deal.
The Bernabéu club want to make the payment in two parts and also offer the Serbian striker, so two instalments of €25m plus Jovic as a bargaining chip valued at €30m, therefore a total offer worth – in Real’s opinion – around €80m.
The whole plan will depend on Jovic, who wants to fight for his place at Los Blancos and has even begun training plan to improve his performance.