Dortmund CEO: Haaland's future’ll be "resolved in few weeks"
Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has said that Erling Braut Haaland's future will be "resolved in the next few weeks".
The 21-year-old is widely expected to leave BVB during this summer's transfer window, when a £63m release clause in his contract will become active.
Real Madrid and Barcelona continue to be strongly linked with the Norway international, but a recent report claimed that Manchester City are now leading the race for his signature.
Watzke has revealed that a decision on the centre-forward's future will be made within "six weeks", as the German outfit seemingly prepare for life after the Norwegian.
"It (Haaland's future) will certainly be resolved in the next few weeks, maybe a month, maybe six weeks," Watzke told Express.
Haaland has again been in impressive form for his Bundesliga side during the 2021-22 campaign, scoring 23 goals and registering six assists in 20 appearances in all competitions.
Manchester United and Chelsea have also been strongly linked with the striker, but the pair are now believed to be down the pecking order when it comes to the race for his signature.