Haaland is quite possibly the most sought-after parts in Europe, having scored 49 objectives in as numerous games since showing up from RB Salzburg last January, with Manchester United, City and Chelsea all keen on the 20-year-old.
Barcelona's new president Joan Laporta seemed to have gained a sudden advantage over his rivals after his partner got Haaland's representative and father from the air terminal on Thursday morning as the pair showed up for talks over a £154million move.
Be that as it may, El Chiringuito TV has uncovered pictures of super specialist Raiola and Alfie showing up at Madrid central command on Thursday evening, only a short time after their gathering with Barcelona.
Raiola and Haaland Snr flew in from Nice at 9:30am, prior to holding a two-hour meeting with Laporta and Barca's new head of football Mateu Alemany, who sold the club and next season's task to Haaland's agents.
Haaland Snr and Raiola's visit comes after reports arose that Madrid are hoping to offload the £150million worth of ability at present out borrowed to help them money a move for Haaland or PSG star Kylian Mbappe this mid year.
Gareth Bale and Arsenal pair Martin Odegaard and Dani Ceballos are among nine players out borrowed from the La Liga champions, with the Norway skipper specifically dazzling out of the threesome in north London.
What's more, as per Spanish outlet AS, Madrid are hoping to sell a portion of the major parts in that €176m 'advance box' to help them money a move for Mbappe or Haaland.
New Barca president Laporta's need is to sign the Norwegian forward this mid year, with Dortmund esteeming their star man at £154million.
Despite the fact that Barca are in an unstable monetary state, in the midst of obligations taking off past £1billion, Raiola's magnificent individual relationship with Laporta implies there is confidence at the Nou Camp that an arrangement for Haaland could be reached.
The forward has a £65m discharge condition at Dortmund which just happen in 2022, yet he could leave this mid year as Dortmund battle to fit the bill for next season's Champions League.
The information on Raiola and Haaland Snr in Barcelona comes as the progression at Dortmund purportedly saw Raiola's remarks on the player this week as a 'presentation of war'.
The super specialist conceded he was 'possibly excessively cautious' in encouraging a transition to Dortmund rather than Man United for Haaland a year ago, and utilized the expression: 'Goodness, how about we move to Dortmund all things considered.'
In any case, the Bundesliga club reacted irately to Raiola's expressing, with German outlet Sport 1 saying they consider it to be a 'assertion of war' while Raiola 'plays poker' for the Norwegian's next huge move.
Addressing The Athletic, Raiola said: 'With Haaland, everyone wasn't right. He did things a lot snappier than everyone envisioned.
'Haaland is before his own turn of events. He is in front of his own timetable. Possibly I was too cautious when I said, "God help us, how about we move to Dortmund rather than I-don't-know-where".
'This kid — I'm 100% persuaded and everyone's persuaded — can move to any club, any place he needs, effectively on this level. Furthermore, he might have done that last year.
'Yet, perhaps a year ago there were still groups (saying), "Goodness, he was in Red Bull (Salzburg), would he be able to do it in another club?".
'He is snappier than his own expectation. Indeed Haaland is all the rage.'
Past exchanges among United and Haaland's agents imploded after the Premier League monsters would not satisfy their needs.
It is perceived Dortmund consented to give Raiola and the player's dad a critical portion of things to come deals esteem, which the chain of command at Old Trafford were hesitant to authorize.
Be that as it may, in December 2019, Raiola demanded it was Haaland who dismissed the advances of United after the Red Devils reprimanded the specialist for the arrangement falling.
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