Haaland wants to stay with the club and wants to win trophies in the Premier League.
Erling Haaland’s future has been discussed a lot since the interest from Real Madrid who are keen to bring someone like him for the replacement of Benzema.
The 23-year-old reportedly has no immediate plans to leave the club amid interest from Real Madrid. As per the fresh reports from Spain, Haaland was not content with life in Manchester and would be open to an exit in the summer.
Los Blancos wanted to prioritise the move for Haaland in the summer so they can boost their squad. Carlo Ancelotti is looking for a new centre-forward ahead of the 2024-25 season.
As per the Football Insider, the Norway international has no plans to leave Etiahd in the summer. He wants to stay with the club and wants to win trophies in the Premier League.
Haaland joined Man City in the summer of 2022 and currently, he is having his second season in England. His contract will expire in the summer of 2027.
Guardiola also talked about this topic after the game against Brentford, “It’s going to happen when Erling decides to extend the contract or not, when the club decides to extend a contract or not, or when we have potential offers to him or not.
“If someone wants Erling, it’s easy. Call Man City and ask. It’s what we do when we want to sign someone. It’s not more complicated than that.
“We want him – for a long, long time at this club. For a long time. We are in love with him, we want him.”
“I don’t have info (about Haaland’s future),” Guardiola added. “He arrived last season and the impact was incredible. The beginning of this season, the numbers were really good too. He’s had two months injured.
“What happens in the future? Honestly, I don’t know. We are happy to have him, hopefully he’s happy to be with us. That is what we know. And the rest? I don’t know.
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