Lothar Matthäus believes Erling Harland is already ready to leave Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool is keen on a transfer deal
Dortmund won a race from Salzburg to Harland last January, starting his career at Signal Iduna Park and scoring 27 goals in 29 games in all club competitions.
However, there has been much speculation in the media that there are many clubs that Harland feels are the future of the club, especially after scoring 17 goals in just 14 games this season.
Manchester United are enthusiastic, Liverpool and Chelsea are interested, Real Madrid are leading the chase, but Arsenal will be the next club interested in trying to sign an exciting young striker must.
According to Matt House, his stay in Dortmund is destined to be short. “Erling Harland is a win not only for Dortmund, but for the entire Bundesliga,” Matthaus explained on the official Bundesliga website.
“At the age of 20, he is a machine. He is a flying striker. He also brings positive energy to the team while scoring goals. He is an irreplaceable person.
“Erling Harland is seen in Dortmund as Robert Lewandowski is in Bayern. He is a frontline player who is not only responsible for the goal, but also for dragging the team. I’m a leader.
“It says a lot, and in addition he knows what he needs to do. He also works defensively. Seeing Robert Lewandowski do so too. Is really fun. He is not just a person who keeps moving forward. His manners are 20 years old and he thinks not only about himself but also about the team.
“This aggressiveness he gives off to the team, so I think one day Harland will stop playing in Dortmund and take the next step. He’s already ready and in the Bundesliga. I’m proud of.
“Dortmund is the right striker for a club with that feeling, so we need to be happy to get him.”
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Liverpool said Harland is ready to leave Dortmund
https://icfootballnews.com/matthaus-tells-liverpool-100-million-goal-machine-is-ready-to-leave-bundesliga-giants/ Liverpool said Harland is ready to leave Dortmund