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I had a stroke when I heard about City Halland

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Borussia Dortmund advisor Matthias Sammer joked that he fainted when he heard of Manchester City’s huge offer to include Dortmund star, Norwegian international striker Erling Haaland.

Halland’s contract, 21, extends with Dortmund until 2024, but the prestigious German newspaper “Bild” reported the day before yesterday, Wednesday, that he could leave for 75 million euros at the end of the current season if the Norwegian decided to activate the penalty clause.

And the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, confirmed that Manchester City made a tempting offer to win Haaland’s services, which included receiving a weekly salary of 500,000 pounds, which would make the Norwegian striker the highest-paid player in the history of the English Premier League.

Zamer commented, in a funny way, about Manchester City’s offer to annex Halland, saying, in statements carried by the “Daily Mail”: “When I heard of Manchester City’s offer to include Halland, I fainted, and my wife had to take me to the hospital!”

He joked, “I’ve had a stroke since then.”

Zamer, who held the position of sporting director at Bayern Munich during the period of supervision of the current coach of Manchester City, Pep Guardiola, on the Bavarian team, was frank, revealing that he would like to see Halland play under the leadership of the Spanish coach (Guardiola).

Most of the reports coming from Germany and England indicate that Manchester City is the most likely to join Haaland, and is preparing an offer of 100 million euros to sign the Norwegian international striker.

Haaland caught the attention of Europe’s top clubs with his scoring skills in the past two years, as he is the youngest player to reach the 20 goals mark in the Champions League.

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Since joining from Austrian Red Bull Salzburg, the Norwegian international has scored 80 goals in 80 games with Dortmund, and scored 16 goals in 15 league games this season, after being away for a period due to injuries.