Rio Ferdinand and Michael Owen disagree over Erling Haaland’s move to Liverpool

Michael Owen and Rio Ferdinand differed over which club should be Erling Haaland’s next transfer destination, with the latter believing he would be ‘disruptive’ at Liverpool.

Haaland is one of the best young players in world football and has been a sensation for both Red Bull Salzburg and now Borussia Dortmund in the early years of his career.

While the Norway international is currently injured, when he returns to fitness, he will not take part in the tournament Champions League, The competition in which he made his name sensationally.

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Dortmund suffered a 3-1 defeat to Sporting Lisbon on Wednesday, confirming the Bundesliga club’s exclusion from the competition.

Relegation to the Europa League will intensify the speculation surrounding the 21-year-old bowler.

Talking about Haaland tonight in the previous Champions League Liverpool And striker Owen said that Manchester City would be the ideal choice for the striker, noting that his arrival could negatively affect the matter Mohamed Salah Incredible goals.

“Manchester City for him I think,” Owen said. “It just suits them. I don’t think Salah would score many goals if Haaland was in their team. I think City would be the best.

“I’m not sure if there was a lot of blood between Haaland’s agent and his father playing against Roy Keane that would stop a move to United. I’m not sure if that would be appropriate, I think the city.”

Oddly enough, Manchester United icon Rio Ferdinand indicated that Anfield would be the smartest move for Dortmund as he would be naturally fit.

“I think Liverpool is for him,” said the former defender. “If I was at Liverpool, I would face him now and this introduction would be a devastating trio. I don’t think it would be difficult for him to adapt. Not many players go to City and they adapt immediately.”

It has been widely reported that Haaland will be available to leave Dortmund in the summer for a fee of €75m (£63m) due to a penalty clause in his contract.


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