Erling Haaland could only stay at Man City for three to four seasons.
This is according to the Norwegian’s father Alf-Inge Haaland who explained when his son will leave the Etihad.
The Cityzens signed the 22-year-old striker this summer in a deal worth £51million and the Norwegian has taken the Premier League by storm.
He has scored 14 goals already this season in all competitions and could very well win the Premier League Golden Boot if he continues this form.
His father Alf-Inge Haaland recently addressed the Norwegian’s future at the Etihad.
He said: “I think that Erling [Haaland] wants to test out his capabilities in every league. Then he can stay in every league for three to four years maximum.”
In further comments, he joked: “He could have two and a half years in Germany, two and a half in England and then [the same] in Spain, Italy and France, right? We do not know if it will be like that, but I think he would like to test his abilities in the big leagues.”