Haaland: Pep didn't have to sell the club to bring me

The Norwegian representative, Erling Haaland, said that he decided to come to Manchester City because of the cooperation with the manager of the “citizens” Pep Guardiola.

Let’s remember that the Norwegian joined City in the summer transfer window from Borussia Dortmund for 60 million euros.

“Pep didn’t have to sell the club to bring me. He didn’t have to sell anything. He is a special coach and that was very important to me. We all know what he did for the clubs he worked for, but also for football and the players in general. I want to belong to it. I think we can have a lot of fun together,” Haaland said.

All football fans know the fact that his father wore the Manchester City jersey from 2000 to 2003. Erling was born in England, and has been a “Citizen” fan since childhood.

“The facilities around us, the staff, the people around the club, it’s a big organization. “Manchester City is a very professional club, it does everything in a good way to help the players, which I like a lot,” said the striker.

The young footballer had a very good old one, scoring two goals and one assist in the first two rounds of the Premier League.

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