Erling Haaland has now given his decision on a possible move to Manchester United, MySportDab reports.
Haaland is currently not interested in any move to Manchester United this summer.
He believes that United can’t match his ambitions to win trophies.
In a shocking view of Manchester United, the world’s most wanted striker has now ruled out a move to Manchester United.
Haaland with a £63m release clause and is in demand from top European clubs this summer.
He has scored 80 goals in 83 matches for the Bundesliga club since he joined in 2020 from RB Salzburg.
Manchester City are more even ready to make the Norwegian the highest-paid player in the Premier League.
Despite being heavily linked with United before joining Dortmund, Haaland has a completely different choice now.
According to ESPN, Haaland’s representatives have told United that he won’t consider a move there.
United are in search for a new striker this summer to support Cristiano Ronaldo in attack.
MySportDab understands that United have informed Haaland’s representatives that they will be willing to pay up any financial offer provided by other clubs.
But the Norwegian has made it clear that the quality of the ‘sporting project’ is the most important aspect.
Man City and Real Madrid are currently the favourites to sign Haaland.
Meanwhile, United are still struggling to qualify for the Champions League.
Haaland also wants to continue his development and feels his game would get better under Pep Guardiola.
Now, it remains to be seen if United’s next coach can convince Haaland.
Borussia Dortmund chief Hans-Joachim Watzke said last week that Manchester City have made an offer for Haaland that they can’t match.
Personal terms are currently being discussed with the Premier League leaders, and Haaland could earn £500,000 a week at Manchester City.