Haaland's agent warns Man City to enjoy him while they can before transfer exit.. and here's five clubs he could join | The Sun
ERLING HAALAND'S agent has warned that the superstar striker could leave Manchester City.
The 23-year-old won the Treble during his first season at the club and already has 17 goals to his name this term.
Despite enjoying life in Manchester, his agent Rafaela Pimenta revealed that the door is open to him leaving City in the future.
When asked about reports linking him to other clubs like Real Madrid, she said: "Erling is the master of own destiny, always.
"He will always do what’s good for him and for Man City.
"When they all are open to make a change, it will happen.
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"Erling will always be respectful. For sure respect has to be on both club and player side. I’ve no doubts, Man City will respect him.
"If something has to happen one day, we will agree on every step together with the club. It’s always about respect."
Pimenta was asked if Haaland is happy at the Eithad, to which she replied: "You have to ask him. And this does not mean the opposite. I know he is, but I don't like to speak for others.
"I see it like this, the sporting result comes when things are good. When there is positivity, harmony, energy… things happen."
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On Haaland's relationship with Pep Guardiola, she added: "You have to ask Erling this, but as far as I know, from the feedback I have, they get along very well."
The ex-Borussia Dortmund goalscorer's dad Alf-Inge previously suggested his son wants to play across Europe, saying: "I think Erling wants to test out his capabilities in every league.
"Then he can stay in every league for three to four years maximum.
“He could have two-and-a-half years in Germany, two-and-a-half in England, and then in Spain, Italy, France, right?"
Following Pimenta and his father's comments, SunSport have taken a look at five club's that could be Haaland's next destination with him already conquering England and Germany.
Karim Benzema departed in the summer for Al-Ittihad and was replaced by veteran striker Joselu.
Real Madrid are expected to be in the market for a big-money attacker this summer with Kylian Mbappe heavily linked with the them.
But if they decide not to sign the PSG star, Haaland could emerge as an alternative with Los Blancos reportedly ready to smash the transfer world record and bid £200million for him.
Pimenta was recently spotted watching a game at the Santiago Bernabeu which caused speculation to rise.
Barcelona could be another LaLiga destination for Haaland.
Current goalscorer Robert Lewandowski is still performing but is now aged 35.
Barca could find it tough to raise the funds to tempt Haaland and City with the club battling financial difficulties.
If Haaland wants to go to Serie A then Juventus could be his best.
The Turin-based side tried to sign him when he was a teenager in 2017.
But they decided not to push through the £2m deal they struck with Molde.
Juventus are one of the only club's in Italy that could potentially afford the Norwegian and they are reportedly open to selling striker Dusan Vlahovic should a good offer come in.
PSG have been the home to several of the world's best players since they were taken over by Qataris in 2011.
With Lionel Messi and Neymar gone, and Mbappe considering an exit, a gap could open up for Haaland to be the latest global star to land in Paris.
Money is rarely a hurdle for the club and they are the only team in France that can afford him should he want to experience Ligue 1.
A shock City alternative could be Chelsea.
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