Earlier this week, as is well known, Alfie Haaland landed in Barcelona with agent Mino Raiola, ahead of a meeting with the Spanish giant, and it was probably not planned for the press to find out.
With the Spanish press in place, Mino Raiola was the first to walk out of the gate, as he often does when he meets clubs and clients in the big city, and then the idea was probably that the journalists in the square should leave happily.
But that was not the case. After hiding in the toilet for half an hour, Alfie Haaland showed up and got into another car with the people of Barcelona President Joan Laporta.
The arrival was captured by the Spanish newspaper Sport, the video shows Alfie Haaland and agent Mino Raiola who have landed at the airport in Barcelona on Maundy Thursday.
According to the newspaper, they were picked up by one of Barcelona president Joan Laporta’s most trusted men, and were to continue meeting with the president of Barcelona.
In Spain, the dobe search has not convinced the reviewers, and Sport compares their plan with an incident that could have been from “Mr. Bean ».
Alfie Haaland and Mino Raiola are both said to have been very clear that it is not impossible to see Erling Braut Haaland in the Barcelona shirt, but it will depend on the price Dortmund will demand in the event of a sale of the Norwegian.
The meeting is said to have lasted for two hours, and since then both Raiola and Haaland have left the city.
After the trip to Barcelona, dad Haaland and Raiola were ready for another visit, this time to Madrid.
It writes Fabrizio Romano on Twitter. The Spanish newspaper Cope also reported that the duo was in place in the Spanish capital.
Dortmund’s sports director Michael Zorc has made a statement about his recent visit to Barcelona.
It seems that Alfie Haaland and Mino Raiola are not finished after the trip to Madrid, but that the duo will visit more clubs in the time to come, and that a transfer away from Dortmund seems relevant.
Time will tell if it will happen in public, or if there will be more incidents such as the dobe search.
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