Bayern Munich legend, Michael Rummenigge has come out to say that he sees Erling Haaland joining Liverpool next summer. He recently revealed this amid reports that the Norwegian prefers a move to England over Spain.
Reacting, he said everyone will have to wait to see what his final decision would be, but the fact that his dad played for Liverpool might make him go there.
Rummenigge added that Real and Barca have financial problems at the moment so he doesn’t see him heading to Spain.
His words, “We’ll have to wait and see where he goes after this season.”
“Real and Barca have financial problems so I could imagine him moving to England. His father used to play there too. I could well imagine Liverpool for Haaland.”
“Haaland is an exceptional phenomenon. Players like that only come along every 30 or 40 years.”
“I don’t know what his career plans are, but for Dortmund it’s great that he’s still wearing the black and yellow jersey this season.”
“He is an absolute goal machine, his opponents fly away to the right and left when he starts running. I’ve never seen anything like him at that age.”
“The only drawback with a player of his size is his headers. He doesn’t score enough goals with his head. Otherwise, Haaland is a perfect player.”
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