The outcome of Haland case face your countdown. Once Borussia Dortmund has been orphaned of sporting goals, having secured its presence in the Champions League, it has released the Norwegian striker to finish propping up the last fringes of its final destination, which is unofficially Manchester City. The latter is advanced by the German medium Sport1but in Belgium they go further.
As revealed exclusively by the national media, HD, Haaland would have even passed the medical examination this Monday. the still player borusser would have secretly met with the head of the medical services of the group sky blueEdu Mauri, at the Erasmus Hospital in Brussels to complete the penultimate phase of his arrival at the Etihad Stadium, in the absence of the official announcement that is expected to be when City certifies a Premier League that is very close after Liverpool’s puncture against Tottenham that prevents him from depending on himself. Although everything could be precise. Some like the renowned Italian journalist, Fabrizio Romano, affirm that it will be done much earlier: this week.
Erling Haaland to Manchester City, here we go! Haaland has passed medical tests as a new Man City player today, he’s back in Dortmund. It will be OFFICIAL this week 🚨🔵 #MCFC
Man City told BVB board that they will activate release clause [closer to €60m than €75m] in a few hours. pic.twitter.com/heYobi8S1Y
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 9, 2022
The pieces fit. According to the same medium, Dortmund, who did not have a training session, made it public that Haaland was closing personal matters, to return, as he did, after eating in the German city. The reasons for choosing the Belgian capital, as indicated, correspond to the geographical convenience between both parties and the discretion with which the mancuaniano club has lined up, managed and intends to conclude a mammoth operation in all aspects and with a wild complexity due to the enormous competition. Pep Guardiola is already waiting with open arms for his ‘9’, the final icing on his sports project after the failed signing of Harry Kane last summer.