Bayern Munich will not be able to attract the expensive Dortmund striker due to their economic situation.
Oliver Kahn, the future CEO ofBayern Munich
, believes that there is no possibility of Erling Haaland transfer to Bayern Munich.
Haaland, who joined Borussia Dortmund in January 2020, have shone brightly during this period and have established himself as one of Europe's top strikers, with many clubs looking to sign him next summer. Rumors have been circulating that Bayern Munich are interested in signing him, but Kahn has claimed that Bayern Munich will not be able to sign the Norwegian star due to their financial situation.
"Sorry, whoever spoke about that didn't understand the situation,"
the Bayern director toldBild
"A package that costs - as we heard - over €100m is unimaginable for FC Bayern at the moment."
Kahn believes that Bayern Munich can still rely on Robert Lewandowski. He added:
"Robert still has a two-year contract here. His performances cannot be questioned. He's scored 39 goals [in the Bundesliga] so far!
"Just for that, we don't have to think about Haaland today. Robert can keep this level for a few more years."