“City is the best on our list, Munich is number two and Real is number three”

The document covers all the details of choosing Erling, who could go to any team, but first a choice had to be made to judge where he would fit best. In the first short preview of the material that circulated in the media, Alf-Inge Haaland, the player’s father, shared why Real Madrid was ranked lower than Manchester City.

Now The Times In the announcement of City’s league game against United, he cites another statement from the player’s father, which he made several months before the decision was made. Alf-Inge Haaland categorizes the teams concerned: “On our list, I think City is the best team. Munich is number two. We have Real Madrid number three and PSG number four. “

“We also have other English teams that are pretty good, like Liverpool and Chelsea. There is also Barcelona. They are more or less on the same row, ”adds the Norwegian. The English emphasize that from these words it follows that Haaland never considered moving to Manchester United, although as a teenager he was led by Ole Gunnar Solskjær, the legend of the Red Devils and their former coach who tried to win him in 2020 but the attacker eventually then decided to move to Dortmund.

The Times points out that only a few months after the quoted statement, only Manchester City and Real Madrid were in the game, and in the end the striker chose the English mainly due to the open spot in the Citizens’ attack. “It is currently the best sports project in the world. I think I’ll do the best there, ”Erling concludes his choice.

Interestingly, the player’s father in the Viaplay documentary confirms that the Norwegian thinks about playing in other countries. “I think Erling wants to test his skills in every league. He can then play in each of them for 3-4 years. He could play 2.5 years in Germany, 2.5 years in England and then Spain, Italy or France, right? [śmiech] We don’t know if that’s how it will go, but I think he would like to test his skills in the big leagues. “

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