Pep Guardiola has clearly sends a very sensitive message to the superstar of Borussia Dortmund who is ready to joined his squad next summer.
Haaland is currently appearing in the list of world class players whose brilliancy is beyond imaginations. He has succeeded to become one of the most marketable striker in the world.
The Spaniard manager has greatly suffered so very much in the previous seasons since Sergio Aguero left the club he has not managed to get a strong number nine which can helped him to propelled the performance of his club.
Blue's have settle their interest on this 21 years old and the fans of this club are expecting him at Etihad stadium next season to rescue the dressing room of this club as far as number nine is concerned.
During the pre match conference ahead of West Ham clash, Pep Guardiola has warned this Norwegian star about the standard and expections required in this club. He said that, Standards are so high at City, you adapt or which cannot be there."
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