Earling Haaland might be on his way to Manchester .This is according to latest news from the camp of Manchester united.Earling who is currently playing for Dortmund has attracted so many clubs in Europe especially with how he bangs goals.Manchester United appointed a director last week who is going to be dealing with all the transfer markets in Manchester United.
The new sporting director is said to have priotized the Dortmund man to lead the striking next season.The head coach Ole Gunnar Soljaer has also been keeping an eye in him also.Ole has coached Haaland at Molde and he is said to have been dealing with his agent Mino Raiola inorder to take him to Carrington.
Dortmund has put the price of his value and any club that would wish to sign him ,it will be required to pay more than 120M in the transfer market next season.Manchester United are said to be the highest contenders of him signature.
Manchester city,Barcelona and Chelsea are also looking forward to sign him.That means Haaland may be in premier league next season.
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