New Barcelona president Joan Laporta has big name signing plans this summer.
While inheriting a club with major financial problems, Laporta feels the best way for Barca to get clear of their debts is by having success on the pitch.
That’s according to Radio Cataluyna’s Oriol Domènech, who detailed the transfer plans of Laporta before last night’s Champions League elimination at PSG.
He said, “(Borussia Dortmund striker Erling) Haaland has a clause of 75 million euros for this summer plus the commissions of the agent (Mino Raiola) and the father, at least for about 100 million euros.
“Laporta will try to sign (Bayern Munich defender David) Alaba and/or Haaland.
Domenech added: “If (Ronald) Koeman continues, (Lyon striker Memphis) Depay would also arrive.”