La Liga president's Erling Haaland comments will worry Man Utd and Liverpool

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Of course, it’s up to Haaland where he moves should he desire an exit away from Dortmund, but the desperation and determination to secure a deal for the Norwegian could see the 21-year-old head to the Bernabaeu and deny a move to the Premier League.

The British sides will be holding on to the hope that Haaland desires a move back to England however, as the Dortmund ace was born in Leeds, with his father playing both at Elland Road and for City during his own career.

Haaland could join any of the interested Premier League clubs for different reasons, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also Norwegian, Klopp could develop the striker further as both share an understanding of Dortmund, or he could follow in his father’s footsteps and play for City.

Alternatively, Haaland could replicate Robert Lewandowski’s career path and be the latest player to switch Dortmund for Bayern Munich, with the Polish superstar nearing the back-end of his career.

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