Erling Haaland should reject Real Madrid’s offer
Erling Braut Haaland is believed to be the hottest property in the upcoming transfer window, with Real Madrid believed to be a team that longed for the service of the young Norwegian.
It is undeniable, the fact that the 19-year-old player appeared impressed with Borussia dortmund. In fact, he has attracted public attention since he was still defending the Austrian club, RB Salzburg.
Together with Borussia Dortmund, Haaland recorded no less than 9 goals in 8 German Bundesliga matches. He also showed an extraordinary level when playing in the European Champions League with Die Borussen.
Naturally, if then Haaland is predicted to be hunted by European giants in the transfer market next summer. It is believed, Real Madrid is one of the big teams that craves the player’s service.
Well, if that’s the case, Haaland is advised not to accept or ignore offers from Los Blancos. This was revealed by Steve McManaman who is a former Real Madrid player.
Not without reason, because according to him Real Madrid is not the right place for young players who are trying to develop like Haaland. In another sense, Haaland who is still 19 years old at this time still needs to develop.
“It’s too early for him to leave Borussia Dortmund. He looks happy and the most important thing is he keeps playing and scoring goals. He has to hold on, he has to play, and he has to spend a few more years to study,” McManaman told Mirror.
Furthermore, McManaman suggested that Haaland better experience first before moving to the Santiago Bernabeu. Can feel the experience of playing in 30 European Champions league matches.
After being absolutely sure of his performance, then playing with Real Madrid could be the right choice.
“He can only leave when he has more experience after playing 200 or more matches with Dortmund, and playing 20-30 matches in the Champions League,” continued McManaman.
Real Madrid on the one hand does need a brand-new striker. Because, Karim Benzema has now begun to appear eroded with age.