Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, is willing to take responsibility for Erling Haaland's lack of touches and wants to increase his playing time.
Haaland has already scored 32 goals this season, and Guardiola believes that if he gets more touches, Premier League defenders will be in trouble.
However, some have questioned Haaland's adaptability to Guardiola's tactical approach due to his occasional lack of involvement in games.
Guardiola has stated that it is their responsibility to expand their search for Haaland and ensure he gets more opportunities. While Haaland has admitted to occasionally feeling dissatisfied, Guardiola has pointed out that he has had opportunities in recent games, and they are working to improve his control and passes. Kevin De Bruyne should be available to provide passes for Haaland in their upcoming game against Bournemouth, while Aymeric Laporte is still recovering from illness.
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