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Haaland decision against FCB “rather clear”

Haaland confidante Jan Aage Fjörtoft explained the striker’s decision against Bayern. Alphonso Davies shows solidarity with Jamal Musiala. There are still a few unanswered questions for the DFB Cup game in Augsburg. News and rumors about FCB can be found here.

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FC Bayern, News: Haaland decision against FCB “rather clear”

Jan Aage Fjörtoft, ex-striker and confidant of compatriot Erling Haaland, spoke about the star striker’s move from BVB to Manchester City and made it clear that FC Bayern, who were also interested, ultimately had no realistic chance of advertising. “The decision was rather clear. It’s true that Bayern tried extremely hard for him,” he said sports picture.

It also played a role that City’s competitors in the person of Robert Lewandowski (FC Bayern), Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) and Kylian Mbappé (PSG) already had top-class strikers, while City did not. “How urgently a number nine is needed was an important point in the system – ahead of others such as the style of play, the stadium capacity or the club’s history. My impression is – even if it wasn’t on the note – that Erling also went into a new one Country wanted and that his dad’s City past played a big part.”

Afterwards, Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn explained, among other things, that it was hardly possible for the people of Munich to compete with the Cityzens, which were much stronger financially – Fjörtoft doesn’t think much of this argument in the Haaland case: “It was clear that Oliver Kahn says something like that. The fact is that all the offers were very, very good and that Erling would not have gotten poor even at Bayern. Believe me: Development is the priority for him, fame and money are only a result of it. Erling is more down-to-earth, than you think.”

According to Fjörtoft, it was not possible to go into more detail in the most recently published documentary about the striker, which also dealt with FC Bayern. Among other things, Haaland criticizes Bayern’s handling of Robert Lewandowski: “If I put myself in Lewandowski’s shoes – I don’t know how many goals he scored for this club and how many titles he has won – you feel sorry for him. Really . I find it disrespectful to him,” said Haaland in the broadcaster’s documentary “Haaland – Valget” (The Choice). Viaplay.

However, Fjörtoft does not believe that Haaland will end his career in Manchester. However, his future does not necessarily have to lie in Spain with Real Madrid or Barca. “Barcelona almost went bankrupt, the example shows that in Spain you can never be sure how the clubs will develop. What we have learned is that the Haaland team is very clever.” It is still far too early for a contract extension with Pep Guardiola’s team, for which the Norwegian has already scored 20 goals after 14 games.


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