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Haaland in the eye as Lewandowski replacement

Bayern Munich are ready to push Borussia Dortmund’s striker Erling Haaland if they have to replace Robert Lewandowski next summer.

Lewandowski remains the best striker in the world, but since he was open to leaving Bayern before the start of the current season, he is expected to be targeted by a handful of teams in 2022, including Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.

Should the Pole leave, Bayern want a statement to replace him, and Sport Bild claims that those in charge at the Allianz Arena have discussed making Haaland heir to the throne of Lewandowski.

Bayern have not had any formal talks, but have investigated how expensive a deal would be for Haaland.

In addition to his release clause, which is around £ 65million, Bayern believe they would also have to pay £ 25million in annual wages, at least another £ 25million to Agent Mino Raiola, and then another payment to Haaland’s father, Alf-Inge. Furthermore.

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