Not Happy At Man City? Erling Haaland Gives Blunt Response

Manchester City striker Erling Haaland has once again responded to the speculations surrounding his future at the Etihad Stadium following the report that he’s not happy at the club and will be glad to move to Real Madrid.

Erling Haaland

Erling Haaland’s one-and-a-half year at Manchester could be described as the most successful moment of his career. The Norwegian was an important player, scoring a load of goals as City went on to win the treble and become the world champions by winning the Club World Cup.

Haaland continues to enjoy his time at the City of Manchester, scoring 28 goals including 18 in the Premier League, and provided 6 assists this campaign. In less than two years at the club, he has scored 80 goals.

Therefore, while speaking ahead of the UEFA Champions League 2nd leg against Copenhagen at the Etihad, the Norwegian claimed that he’s much happier at Manchester City although he wouldn’t want to discuss anything related to a contract extension at the moment.

The prolific striker insisted that he remains focused on the ongoing campaign, looking forward to adding to his trophy collection at the City, therefore, he wouldn’t want a distraction in form of contract talk.

“I’m really happy [at City], especially with the people, the manager, the directors, the board, a group of amazing people,” the Norway international said in his Champions League pre-match press conference

“Tomorrow, you never know what the future brings, but again, I’m happy. You can write this, but I’m happy…

“My focus is mainly now on the pitch, there’s a lot of games. Two days ago a [Manchester] derby, now the UCL, Sunday is Liverpool. So I think I should focus on that.”

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