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Borussia Dortmundhave confirmed the signing ofAjax strikerSébastien Haller after the towering target man agreed a four-year deal with the Bundesliga giants. The formerEintracht Frankfurt andWest Ham forward makes the move to the Westfalenstadion for a reported transfer fee of €31 million, becoming Dortmund’s second most expensive signing behind the €35m arrival ofOusmane Dembélé from Stade Rennais in 2016.

Market Value Sébastien Haller S. Haller Centre-Forward €35.00m

“We’re very pleased to have been able to sign Sébastien Haller – a seasoned centre-forward who has recently caused a sensation in the Champions League, but who also knows the Bundesliga in particular and has already demonstrated his class and high-quality finishing there,” said Borussia Dortmund’s new sporting director Sebastian Kehl on the club website. “The overall package is very promising. Sébastien possesses a strong physical presence and he is physically very resilient. With his experience, he can also offer support and stability to our young attacking players. During the talks with us, he made it clear that he has big ambitions with BVB.”

Player Comparison Sébastien Haller Sébastien Haller
Erling Haaland Erling Haaland
Borussia Dortmund Manchester City €35.00m Market Value €150.00m
28 Age 21
Centre-Forward Position Centre-Forward
Jun 30, 2026 Contract until Jun 30, 2027
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The 28-year-old’s transfer was apparently held up by Ajax, who wanted to wait until the following financial year in the Netherlands before completing the deal. However, Haller is now free to return to Germany, where he will be looking to get back into the swing of scoring goals in the Bundesliga. In a previous stint at Frankfurt, Haller bagged no less than 33 goals and a further 19 assists in 77 games for the Eagles and will be hoping to do as well at the Westfalenstadion.

Such form at Frankfurt raised Haller’s profile in European football to new heights, with his market value reaching a career high of €40m in late 2019, before West Ham then signed the player for a fee of €50m. However, the Ivory Coast international’s time in England wasn’t much of a success, with just 14 goals in 54 games, leading to a €22.5m move to Ajax in January of 2021. Fortunately, the Eredivisie has proven to be fertile ground for Haller and over the course of the last 18 months Haller has got back to his former success with 47 goals in 65 games for the Dutch giants.

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While Haller’s confidence may be as high as ever following an impressive stint at Ajax, he will have to be at his very best to step into the shoes of his predecessor at Dortmund. Who just so happens to be a young man by the name of Erling Haaland. Following the Norwegian striker’s move to Manchester City, Haller is now considered to be the like-for-like replacement for the towering forward at Dortmund. However, he will have plenty of help in his task to get Dortmund back to the top.

Player Comparison Erling Haaland Erling Haaland
Sébastien Haller Sébastien Haller
Manchester City Borussia Dortmund €150.00m Market Value €35.00m
21 Age 28
Centre-Forward Position Centre-Forward
Jun 30, 2027 Contract until Jun 30, 2026
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Prior to Haller’s move, Dortmund have already spent around €55m on new signings to bolster a squad that languished in second place last season.Niklas Süle was the first signing, bagged on a free transfer from Bayern Munich, before Freiburg central defenderNico Schlotterbeck was announced in a €20m deal. Following the defenders came RB Salzburg forwardKarim Adeyemi and FC Köln defensive midfielderSalih Özcan for a further €5m. As well as Hertha Berlin goalkeeper Marcel Lotka on a free transfer. In total, Dortmund have now spent just shy of €90m on new signings as well as announced a new head coach in Edin Terzic. Whether that will be enough to turn the tide in next season’s Bundesliga title race remains to be seen, but few could doubt that Dortmund are making a solid go of it.

Dortmund sign Sébastien Haller as Erling Haaland replacement – spending nears €90m