Dortmund forward Erling Braut Haaland is easily one of the most sought after strikers in the world now. The stakes are high, and even the negotiations are definitely not cheap.
Haaland’s two main representatives Mino Raiola and his father Alf-Inge, have been accused of demanding €20m each as part of a proposed deal to take their client to Barcelona this summer.
The Catalan giants are among the top clubs believed to be keen on signing the Borussia Dortmund forward in the upcoming market.
The agents met with Barcelona new President Joan Laporta last week to discuss a possible switch to Camp Nou.
Raiola rubbishes agent fee rumours in Haaland deal
According to RAC1, Raiola has made it clear that both he and the centre-forward’s father would want to receive €20m (£17m) each as part of a move to the La Liga outfit.
However, Raiola countered the accusation, describing it as fake news.
The 53-year-old posted a simple message on Twitter that read “fake news travels quick and far” on Sunday night, as speculation over Haaland’s future intensifies.