Haaland will surpass Neymar to become the most expensive player in the world

Former Italian player Christian Vieri said striker Erling Haaland could become the most expensive player in the world for € 300 million. It is 80 million euros higher than Neymar at PSG.

Speaking in a live interview on Instagram, former Italian player Christian Vieri said: “In a few years, Erling Haaland will join a cult team for 200 million euros, maybe even 300 million euros.”

Erling Haaland tiếp tục "gây sốt" tại Bundesliga

After scoring 29 goals in 27 games for Red Bull Salzburg, Haaland moved to Borussia Dortmund in a 17 million euros deal in January 2020. Juventus, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid, were impressed by Haaland’s performance.

Haaland received great attention from Real Madrid and Man Utd before deciding to move to Dortmund after impressing with 12 goals in 11 matches. Currently Real Madrid is still very interested in obtaining the signature of Haaland. He is trying to find a striker to replace striker Karim Benzema on the other side of the career slope.

Borussia Dortmund is definitely not easy to leave your valuable assets when you recruit. But the 19-year-old is expected to leave for £ 63 million from next summer. Prompting the German club to have attractive policies to keep the striker behind.

In reply to Record, striker Erling Haaland admitted: “I want a day to talk with Ronaldo and say I became a player thanks to him. For me, Ronaldo is always a role model.”

Erling Haaland giữa thực và mộng - Báo Người lao động

Haaland does not hide himself Ronaldo idol. The Norwegian striker always sees CR7 as a role model in maintaining professionalism through the diet.

Including 8 goals in the group stage in Salzburg, Haaland has scored a total of 10 goals after only 7 first appearances in the Champions League. That performance has never appeared in the history of the most prestigious tournament in the old continent.

Even Haaland alone is scoring more goals than the Barca team (9 goals) in the Champions League this season. According to Opta, Haaland went down in history as the first teen striker in Champions League history to score 10 goals in just one season.