Borussia Dortmund expects Erling Haaland to take action on Saturday during the away match against Hertha BSC in the Bundesliga. The club doesnt feel like quarantining the Norwegian striker if its tested negative.
The Norwegian Ministry of Health wants all football players from the national team to stay in quarantine for ten days. The immediate reason for this measure is a positive test by Omar Elabdellaoui on Friday in the run-up to the interland against Romania. On urgent advice from the Ministry, the Norwegian team decided not to travel to Bucharest. This probably leads to a regulatory defeat of 3-0.
Strand Larsen, Tronstad and Evjen
Norway travels with a B-team to Vienna for Wednesdays competition with Austria in the Nations League. Players like Jørgen Strand Larsen of FC Groningen and midfielders Sondre Tronstad (Vitesse) and Hakon Evjen (AZ) may debut. The Norwegian Ministry of Health wants the internationals called for the duel with Romania to remain in quarantine during the next week when their club comes back into action.
Borussia Dortmund does not want to adhere to this urgent advice and thinks that Haaland can be used if he continues to test negative. According to the club, German law is above Norwegian law.