Real Madrid will reportedly refuse to break the bank to sign Erling Braut Haaland this summer, despite keen interest in bringing the Borussia Dortmund forward to Bernabeu.
The Norway international is expected to leave BVB this summer, with a £67m release clause in his contract to become active, and Manchester City is currently thought to lead the race.
Citizens are reportedly prepared to pay him £500,000 a week until June 2027 to move to the Premier League champions this summer.
According to Goal, Real Madrid is keen on the striker, but the club is reluctant to meet his wage demands as they fear that it could upset the dressing room at the club.
La Liga leaders are reportedly concerned by Haaland’s recent injury problems. However, they are not prepared to get caught in another situation similar to Eden Hazard, who has struggled with several fitness issues since arriving in a big-money move from Chelsea.