Erling Haaland reveals his truth: This is why he is really moving to Manchester City
The interchangeable theater has moved for months Erling Haaland. Almost all the major European clubs dealt with the Eredivisie star, and in the end the decision fell on Manchester City.
About a month after the confirmation of the transfer, it will be through the stock exchange report Erling Haaland Now officially presented at Manchester City. He revealed why he ended up with Manchester City and not Real Madrid.
Erling Haaland: This role was played by his father
As many already suspected, his father played a role in the decision. Alf-Inge Haaland once played for Manchester City himself. “I was born in England, I’ve been a City fan all my life, I know a lot about the club,” Haaland said in an interview on the Manchester City website.
“I think two things were decisive: I feel a little comfortable here and I can develop and get the best of myself at City,” the Norwegian explained. He also loves Manchester City’s style of play.
Erling Haaland wants to ‘win trophies’
“I want to score goals, win trophies and improve as a footballer and I’m sure I can do it here,” Haaland said. Statement was not a surprise. In the Bundesliga at Borussia Dortmund, I got to know Erling Haaland as a very ambitious man.
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The coach and team also played a role in turning poker. “There are a lot of world class players in this team and Pep is one of the greatest coaches of all time, so I think I’m in the right place to pursue my ambitions,” Haaland revealed.
Erling Haaland follows in his father’s footsteps
Erling Haaland was born in Leeds on July 21, 2000. His father played football there at that time. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Manchester City, where Erling Haaland also spent the early years of his life.
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