Where next for Erling Haaland? Dortmund's Champions League run could help decide

The Bundesliga club are having a bad season having sacked Lucien Favre, but they are still within touching distance of the Champions League places - and, crucially, still in the competition.

Everyone in the game wants Haaland, and the question about his future is set to be the sport’s next great saga along with that of Kylian Mbappe, but the reality is many clubs are wondering whether they can actually afford him.

The Spanish champions have deep economic problems of their own but there has been a growing feeling around the club that some kind of plan can be put together that allows the purchase of Haaland in one of the next two windows.

The two Manchester sides are watching closely, but the strength of the player’s camp means this isn’t just a case of Mino Raiola selling to the highest bidder.

Julen Lopetegui’s side are currently in fourth place in La Liga, a point behind Barcelona, and four behind Real Madrid with a game in hand.

That logically follows since, beyond leaders Atletico Madrid, Sevilla have long looked the Spanish club who best adjusted to a world with the worst financial gaps ever encountered.

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