- Erling Haaland has become a summer target for Barcelona if Emili Rousand win Barcelona's elections
- The Norwevgian star has also been linked with Chelsea, Man United and Man City for a fee to be worth over £100m
- Haaland has scored 33 goals in 32 appearances for Dortmund since his arrival from Red Bull Salzburg
Erling Haaland will be Barcelona's priority if presidential candidate Emili Rousand emerges victorious in the January elections, reports claim.
The Norwegian striker has been linked with top European sides since bursting into the big stage last season.
And Rousaud claims negotiations are already in place to sign the 20-year-old if he becomes La Blagrauana's next president.
The information was revealed by his vice-presidential aspirant Josep Maria Minguella who made the claims.
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Minguella told AS as quoted by The Sun said:
"We know all the conditions and if we win, the following day I will call Mino Raiola and
"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 also proposed renaming the popular Nou Camp stadium after Lionel Messi to honour the exploits of the Argentine for the club.
The news about Barcelona's agreement with Haaland will come as a huge blow to Chelsea who are keen on singing the forward next summer.
Premier League giants Man United and Man City have also been linked to the Dormund star which could cost them over £100million.
Haaland currently earns £130,000-per-week in a five-year deal following his £18m move from Red Bull Salzburg in January 2019.
He has scored 33 goals in 32 games for the Yellow Caneries since his arrival at the Signa Iguna Park.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Xavi Hernandez is regarded as one of the best midfielders that ever played the game during his lengthy spell with Barcelona.
The 40-year-old now manages a Qatari side Al Sadd since he retired from active football and has been tipped as future boss of La Blaugrana.
The World Cup winner believes Man City's Kevin de Bruyne who scored 16 goals and 23 assists is the best midfielder in the world.
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