Haaland's impressive performances over the last 18 months for Dortmund led to Europe's elite pursuing the Norwegian across the summer.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Although Haaland did not leave Westfalenstadion before the window slammed shut on Tuesday, the in-demand striker could be set to make a move next summer.
Former Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge claimed Erling Haaland's (left) future lies abroad
Rummenigge (left) believes the 22-year-old will be 'difficult to keep in Germany'
However, Rummenigge, who stepped down as CEO in June, believes the Allianz Arena will not be the striker's destination.
The Bundesliga champions have been strongly linked with Haaland and have a history of luring Dortmund's best players away, but the former Allianz Arena chief believes the young talent's future lies outside of