Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick has said that he is not ruling out the prospect of signing Borussia Dortmund hitman Erling Haaland.
The Norwegian stamped his name over the latest instalment of Der Klassiker at the weekend, netting two early goals, only for Robert Lewandowski to score a hat-trick to secure a 4-2 victory for the Bavarians.
The brace took his record in Germany to a stunning 32 goals in just 34 Bundesliga matches, form that has put a number of top clubs around Europe on alert.
Despite admitting his interest in the 20-year-old and saying that he is not completely eliminating recruiting the striker, Flick has suggested that it is not a move that is immediately on his mind.
Speaking after Bayern’s victory on Saturday, he said: “He is a player who is certainly a possibility for many top clubs, who are also thinking about him. That’s what makes him stand out, of course,
“As for the future, we all don’t know. Things can move very, very quickly in football. That’s why I’m not really worried about it.”
“A lot is possible in life and you can’t rule anything out. But it’s future music and he has a long-term contract in Dortmund,” Flick continued.
Haaland can be backed at odds of 11/5 with William Hill to be named as the top scorer in the UEFA Champions League this season.