Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has revealed his side did everything they could to sign Erling Haaland last summer. Before the player moved to join the Manchester City football team.
The battle to sign the striker heated up last year. When he was about to leave Borussia Dortmund. He ended up moving to Manchester City for an initial fee of £51.2 million.
He had a record-breaking season in his first year in England. by breaking the record for scoring the most goals per season in the Premier League. And is helping City win 3 historic championships as well
Haaland has become one of the hottest strikers in Europe. And it looks set to be a mainstay of sailing for many years to come as they continue to compete at the highest level.
Things might have been different if Bayern Munich had the financial power to sign the Norway international, with Kahn revealing via Sportbild that the club faced financial limits in trying to sign him.
“We tried everything for Erling Haaland last year. and reaching our financial limits,” Kahn said UFABET
“We have to decide. Do we want to destroy our wage structure? We are not ready for that, that’s not Bayern.”
Bayern are in heated competition with Haaland’s former team Dortmund in the Bundesliga title race this season. And currently has one point ahead while playing the same 31 games