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Erling Haaland’s dad Alfie AGAIN hints star striker will leave Manchester City to ‘win in any league’

ERLING HAALAND’s dad has AGAIN hinted that the Man City striker may move from the Etihad in the near future.

Alfie Haaland, who also starred for City, will have fans getting nervous, with his goal-machine son tearing up the Prem.

Haaland’s dad says the striker ‘wants to prove he can win in any league’
The hot shot has scored an incredible 23 goals in 18 games so far this season

The 22-year-old signed for £51.4million this summer after the 22-year-old also proved to be deadly in his spells with RB Salzburg and Borussia Dortmund.

And speaking via DAZN, Alfie said: “My impression is that [Erling] wants to prove he can win in any top league.

“He spent two and a half years in Germany and could do something like that in the future.

“Stay three years in Premier League and then move to Italy, Spain or France.

“Nothing has been decided in this regard, but it’s a possibility as Erling can win in any team.”

However, Alfie did also suggest that the hot shot could stay at the Premier League champs for another decade or so.

He added: “Erling could stay at Manchester City for 15 years because he is happy and we are talking about a great club.”

Haaland has bagged a ludicrous 18 goals in his first 11 league games and become an club hero already.


Not to mention another five Champions League goals.

The powerhouse has signed a five-year deal at City, but that is understood to contain break clauses.

Previously, his old man suggested he could make a switch to La Liga or Serie A.

Alfie told The Times: “He could have 2½ years in Germany, 2½ in England, and then in Spain, Italy, France, right?”

“We do not know if it will be like that, but I think he would like to test his abilities in the big leagues.”

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