Ronald Koeman has offered a cryptic response when quizzed on Barcelona’s reported interest in Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland, with the Blaugrana boss admitting to having “ideas for the future” at Camp Nou.
The Liga giants were put to the sword in their latest outing by one of the most exciting forwards in world football, with Kylian Mbappe netting a hat-trick for Paris Saint-Germain in a heavyweight Champions League encounter.
His efforts were followed by a brace for Haaland a day later, with the 20-year-old Norwegian continuing to see his stock soar as leading clubs from across Europe mull over big-money bids for his services.
When it was put to him that Haaland would figure prominently on any wish lists in Catalunya, Koeman told reporters ahead of a meeting with Cadiz on Sunday:
“I have my ideas for the future of this club, but I have to wait [to see] who the president is going to be, [in order] to sit down and talk about the future.”