Barcelona 'have Erling Haaland transfer agreement' from Borussia Dortmund if Emili Rousaud is elected new club president

BARCELONA presidential candidate Emili Rousand has an agreement in place to sign Erling Haaland, it's been claimed.

The Spanish giants are among a long list of clubs interested in signing the Borussia Dortmund forward in the summer.

But Rousaud has a deal in place to sign Haaland if he wins the presidential election at the Nou Camp on January 24.

That is according to Josep Maria Minguella, who will work as his vice-president if he is appointed.

As quoted by AS, Minguella said: "We know all the conditions and if we win, the following day I will call Mino Raiola and we will accept those conditions.

"I have already advised him of that.

"We have a world class sports project that is not showing just now, but Emili Rousaud has a plan that will turn this unfortunate situation [at Barcelona] around."

Rousaud, who has also proposed renaming the Nou Camp after Lionel Messi, is just one of many candidates fighting to become president.

Barcelona's agreement will come as a huge blow for Chelsea, who have made Haaland their 'top priority'.

Manchester United and rivals City have also been linked to the Norwegian goal machine.

Dortmund are expected to demand well over £100million to sell him at the end of the campaign.

Haaland joined the German giants in an £18m move from Red Bull Salzburgin January.

The 20-year-old pockets around £130,000-per-week and is under contract until 2024.

He has proved his potential since he arrived with 33 goals in his last 32 games.

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