Today, Sunday, the press reported on the existence of a plan by the Manchester City administration to prevent the transfer of Erling Haaland, a player in the club’s first team, to Real Madrid at the end of the current season.
Press reports have linked Erling Haaland to a move to Real Madrid and that he is one of the goals that the Royal Club has set a high level and plans to receive services in every transfer period.
Manchester City try to keep Haaland away from Real Madrid
And the Spanish newspaper AS reported that Manchester City have developed a serious plan to remove Erling Haaland, a player from the club’s first team, from moving to Real Madrid.
Added to the message: The city management plans to extend the contract of the Norwegian Erling Haaland until 2028 and make him the highest paid in the team and in the English Premier League as a whole.
The report concludes that the city is excited about the possibility of the Norwegian player joining Al-Maringa or Saudi league Roshen clubs in the future.
Significantly, Erling Haaland was able to lead City to a massive five-to-one victory over Fulham yesterday after scoring a hat-trick.