Manchester United has gotten in the race to sign the Dutch striker from Dortmund. Erling Haaland is a young world-class striker that has impressed on so many occasions making big teams such as Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern, Chelsea, and Man U have interest in bringing him(Haaland) to their squad.
Chelsea wanted to sign Erling Haaland for a transfer fee of €100m but Dortmund disagreed demanding €150m instead which made Chelsea move for Lukaku instead. Currently, Man U is the favorite to sign the Dutch striker in the January or summer transfer window.
Manchester United might not need to sign the striker as they already have players who are playing in that position and Haaland can't wait from the bench to impress before being given playing time. Man U squad depth is massive, having the likes of Cavani, Diallo, and Rashford still on the bench waiting to get a playing time. Adding another player to the bench might be the wrong thing to do.
Leave your thoughts in the comment box if you think Man U still needs Erling Haaland.
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