Oliver Kahn, former goalkeeper and current manager of Bayern Munich, said the club will not go after Haaland in the next transfer window. In an interview with “Sport Bild”, the German justified that the business is financially complex.

“Whoever talks about it (the possibility of signing Haaland) has not yet understood the situation. The whole package costs more than 100 million euros. For Bayern it is unimaginable. Lewandowski still has two years of contract and his income is unquestionable. That is why we don’t think about Haaland”.

Despite rumors, Haaland’s departure in the next transfer window will not be easy. Dortmund is going through a good moment and is close to winning a place in the Champions League, while several teams are going through a period of economic difficulty.