ESPN: Real Madrid will not sign Haaland this summer

Real Madrid has decided not to sign Erling Haaland this summer, according to ESPN. The decision comes after the club signed Kylian Mbappé to a free transfer.

Haaland has been a long-term target for Real Madrid, but the club’s financial situation has made it difficult to sign both him and Mbappé. The Norwegian striker has a release clause of €75 million that will be activated in 2025, and Real Madrid is hoping to sign him at that time.

In the meantime, Haaland is expected to stay at Manchester City. The Premier League champions are happy to have him on their team, and they are confident that he will continue to score goals for them.

Real Madrid’s decision not to sign Haaland this summer is a blow to the club’s fans, but it is a decision that makes sense financially. The club has already invested heavily in Mbappé, and it cannot afford to spend another €75 million on Haaland.

Real Madrid will have to wait until 2025 to sign Haaland, but they will be confident that he will be worth the wait. The Norwegian striker is one of the best young players in the world, and he has the potential to be a superstar at Real Madrid.

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