Erling Haaland boost for Man City as Puma deal looks imminent
Haaland’s Puma deal has handed Man City transfer boost.
The big Borussia Dortmund man is one of the hottest prospects in football and Man City could snap him up.
The Citizens failed to sign Harry Kane over the summer.
Now, though, they could be set to turn their attentions to Erling Braut Haaland.
The Norwegian goal machine is simply sublime.
The numbers that he’s been posting in the Bundesliga are phenomenal.
However, it’s common knowledge that a move to one of Europe’s best clubs is on the horizon for Haaland.
In just five league games this season Haaland has seven goals and four assists.
In total for Dortmund, though, he has more goals than games with 68 in 67 (Transfermarkt).
Haaland’s Puma deal has handed Man City transfer boost
In recent news, Haaland is set to sign a boot sponsorship deal with Puma.
According to The Star, this could give Manchester City a transfer boost for Haaland.
The sportswear brand are offering Haaland £50m over four years to tempt him away from Nike.
If he is to sign for Puma, the same brand that make Manchester City’s kit, it could land the Sky Blues a boost in signing him.
His signature would bring Man City the one thing that they’re missing too.
Across seven Premier League games this season, no Manchester City player has scored more than two goals.
Ferran Torres and Gabriel Jesus have both netted twice whilst nine other players have all scored just once (Transfermarkt).
Those numbers are bleak as City live without a striker.
If Haaland is to come to Manchester then he would spearhead an incredible City side.
The way he’s scored goals at every single level is outrageous.
City would be signing the final piece of the puzzle in Haaland.
His record of scoring more goals than games played is simply ludicrous.
It could well prove that he’s what’s needed to secure a long-awaited Champions League title.
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