Borussia Dortmund have rejected an opening bid from Chelsea Football Club for Erling Haaland as they are determined to keep him.
According to Sky Sports in Germany, an opening offer has been rejected by Dortmund and not only because the offer was insufficient.
The Blues made an offer which included Abraham and Hudson-Odoi as makeweight and it was rejected by Dortmund.
Not just because the players aren’t wanted but due to the fact that there is no intention to sell Haaland this summer.
Dortmund Central sources understand that the only way that BVB will consider selling Erling this summer will be if they receive a €175million all-cash offer.
Even then, the Bundesliga giants are reticent to lose both Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland in the same window.
An agreement was reached with Manchester United to sell the English forward on the 1st of July for a fee said reported to be worth €85.7 (£73m).