The campaign which was trending on social media dubbed Announce Haaland has officially come to an end as one big major premier league side confirms signing the Dortmund top striker. Erling Haaland is among the dangerous strikers ever in the history of our current football, many people expected him to join Real Madrid but the news coming in confirms that, The Dortmund star will be joining Manchester City in the next season. The Team has officially released a statement via their official social media handles to announce the signing of Erling Haaland. This is what they posted on Facebook.
The Player from the next English premier league season will be wearing the Manchester City jersey playing with the likes of Phil Foden, Kevin de Bruyne, Bernardo silva, Raheem Sterling and the rest. His move to Manchester City is going to make the team one of the most dangerous premier league team ever.
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