Red Bull Salzburg star Erling Haaland is a player in demand amongst the best teams on the European football scene and he’s said to favour a move to Manchester United over the other interested clubs.
Three-time European champions Manchester United are not the major force they used to be in the past years under manager Sir Alex Ferguson who retired in 2013.
Despite the fact that they no longer operate at the top level on the pitch, Manchester United have been able to attract players and that could be the case with Erling Haaland who is the son of a former Premier League player.
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Erling Haaland is the son of Alfe-Ing Haaland who played for clubs like Manchester City and Leeds United during his career.
According to Spanish newspaper AS, Erling Haaland wants a move to Manchester United over Spanish clubs or Italian sides.
Major European sides like Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are interested in the player that has 27 goals in all competitions this season.
He has been able to reach that goal tally in 20 games only.
Erling has scored eight goals in the Champions League this season and he’s second to Robert Lewandowski who has ten goals in five games for Bayern Munich.