Haaland will be a City player, Klopp says this


Neymar’s transfer to Paris Saint-Germain has made player prices go crazy. moving Erling Haaland ke Manchester City will have the same effect.

Five years ago, PSG unexpectedly managed to redeem Neymar’s contract clause of 220 million euros. Barcelona could not do anything and had to accept the departure of Neymar.

After that, the price of players in the market becomes “broken” and tends to be out of control. Because clubs are easily provoked to buy players at insane prices.

Call it Manchester City who bought Jack Grealish 100 million pounds, Manchester United who redeemed Harry Maguire 80 million pounds and Jadon Sancho 82 million pounds. Not to mention Chelsea can bring Kai Havertz worth 90-100 pounds and Romelu Lukaku for 110 million pounds.

This paradigm was formed over the last five years so that the price of players did not waver, even though the COVID-19 pandemic struck. So, get ready because the dynamics of the transfer market will change again this year.

Because, City are one step away from getting the hottest property in the current transfer market, Erling Haaland. A price of £75 million was agreed and Haaland was one step away from becoming a Citizens player after undergoing medical tests.

If Haaland joins, then City’s rivals including Liverpool will feel anxious. Jurgen Klopp as manager Liverpool realized Haaland’s move would make City stronger and have an effect on the transfer market going forward.

Even so, Klopp did not want to bother because he focused on building a formidable Liverpool squad.

“When I signed a new contract, I knew City would continue to develop its team. We are happy that we don’t decide City, but ourselves and we can do that,” said Juergen Klopp from Sky Sports.

“If Erling Haaland moves there, then City can be stronger of course. I think there has been a lot of talk about this transfer. I know there is a lot of talk out there about money. But I think this transfer will create a new level,” he continued.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.