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Twist in Erling Haaland to Manchester United deal as terms agreed

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Manchester United might not be able to sign Norweigan striker Erling Braut Haaland as the player is reportedly getting closer to a Juventus move.

Manchester United, who were said to be in pursuit of the player for quite some time will now be forced to go back to the drawing board and find suitable alternatives.

Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a great fan of Haaland and recently he publically admired the player for his talent, possibly in a desperate attempt to woe the forward to Old Trafford. It seems it didn’t work as expected though.

Almost every top club in Europe were said to be interested in the young talent who has Mino Raiola as his agent (you know where it’s going, don’t you). No wonder he isn’t coming to Manchester United.

Tuttosport ran the story on their front page today (Image: Tuttosport)

The 19-year-old has scored 28 goals in 22 appearances for Red Bull Salzburg. However, it came to light earlier this week that the Leeds-born teenager had decided to join Juventus.

And Italian publication Tuttosport have a story on their front page today claiming Haaland has verbally agreed to personal terms on a £6.8million-a-year deal (€8m).

It is claimed the attacker has a £25.5m (€30m) release clause in his current contract – which four clubs met.


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  1. Buy maddison this Jan sell pogba to whoever buy Erikson we’ve enough fire power

  2. I agree get Madison as a number 10 and look for a defensive midfielder. I think they should try to satisfy Pogba I think he will be a loss. But if he wants to go OK but get another ball player i dont think Ericson would be a good choice he could be another Sanchez.

  3. John Peacock Reply

    Before we spend on players the first thing is to get rid of Woodward he’s the main trouble at united he’s an account and has no knowledge of foot ball or how to attract the right players. He might be a nice guy but that’s not what we need to get the players we need dealing for players is a different kettle of fish than he’s used to
    John Peacock supporter for 61 years

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