This summer could be the busy one for most clubs in Europe as they look to strengthen their squad before the new season kicks off. Like other clubs, Liverpool has been linked to big names and one of those linked to are Erling Haaland.
However, Klopp claimed sometime back that Haaland could remain in Dortmund as he said the German clubs put valuation high on their players and no one could pay it for the 20-year-Old Haaland.
According to The Mirror, Manchester City have made a U-turn over Haaland signing as revealed by Guardiola. The reason behind this is Haaland's valuation which the City manager says his side could not afford.
If the valuation for the Norwegian will not be lowered then many clubs will run away and find other cheap alternatives somewhere else and this way, Klopp's prophecy would have come true as the Norwegian will be forced to remain in German for another season.
Haaland has scored 33 goals in 30 games which makes him be linked to these big clubs as they feel he can add value to their team.
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