Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland has rejected a new approach from Manchester United.
Haaland, who has a £63m release clause, is wanted by a number of top European clubs this summer after scoring 80 goals in 83 appearances for the Bundesliga giants since joining from Red Bull Salzburg in January 2020.
ESPN says Haaland’s representatives have informed United that he will not be moving there because he feels they ‘cannot match his ambitions’.
United, who agree to sign Ajax manager Erik ten Hag this summer, are desperate for a new striker.
It is claimed that the Red Devils have informed Haaland’s camp that they would be ready to match any financial package put on the table by City or any other interested party.
But the Norwegian’s representatives have told United that the quality of the ‘sporting project’ will come first and that Haaland’s decision will not be based on financial advantage.
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