Manchester United fans wake up to yet another disappointing news after Erling Haaland completes Manchester City move. Haaland has been one of United's major targets since last year but they have let City enjoy the deal.
According to the Athletic, Erling Haaland to Man City is a done deal. According to many sources in Germany, a confirmation this news is expected this week. Personal terms shall be completed later this week before the official announcement goes on air. Dortmund anticipate City informing them in coming days of intention to activate release clause.
This news comes after veteran transfer expert Fabrizio Romano announced the completion of a €38m deal for Karim Adeyemi from RB Salzburg this week. Adeyemi shall replace Haaland who is set to leave the Yellows and Blacks this season. This leaves Manchester United with many concerns to reflect upon as they seek to strengthen their attacking force ahead of next season.
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