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Manchester United Reaches 'Mutual Agreement' To Land Norwegian Goal Machine

According to The Mirror, Manchester United have reached a mutual transfer agreement to complete a move for Borrusia Dortmund and Norway gaol scorer Erling Haaland next summer as they are keen to strengthen their attacking front.

It is reported that the Red Devil's manager Olé Gunnar Solskjaer and the club's football director John Murtough have put down their transfer plans for next season after a thorough discussions between the two with Haaland being part of the topics.

United have been targeting the 21 year old Norwegian since 2019 during his time at Salzburg where Woodward traveled to meet the star's agent, Mino Raiola but nothing positive came from the negotiations leading to Haaland joining Bundesliga side Borrusia Dortmund.

The club have currently revived their interest for the striker, and if the deal is completed next summer, the star will be reuniting with his former teammate Jadon Sancho and he could also have the opportunity to play alongside Christiano Ronaldo next season.

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