Erling Haaland was told by Jürgen Klinsmann, ‘poacher’ of the 90s and coach in this millennium, not to be in too much of a rush to change his club and keep a few more years with Borussia Dortmund.
The growth of the Norwegian was fantastic and that’s why he doesn’t want to set limits on Borussia Dortmund himself. It appears that the Norwegian is more interested in getting out than in continuing to develop in the Signal Iduna Park complex, also due to the agent he has.
When he is replaced, Haaland has also been observed to make unhealthy movements, odd for someone so young. It’s only normal, then, that great sports and German legends such as Jürgen Klinsmann should ask him to make it quick.
On this club, Haaland left his mark. He not only scored two good goals, but he also battled alone against the entire defensive line of RB Leipzig.
“Haaland has left his mark on this club. Not only did he score two good goals, but he also fought alone against RB Leipzig’s entire defensive line. He did something very impressive. He seems to be growing from month to month and is becoming a stronger player,” he added on ‘ESPN’.
What the Scandinavian should do is obvious to Klinsmann: “He doesn’t have to be in a hurry to leave. If I were you, I would take it easy”