Man City ‘has Haaland transfer worry’ as Man United ‘deal’ takes Liverpool turn

Man City ‘has Haaland transfer worry’ as Man United ‘deal’ takes Liverpool turn

Against Aston Villa, Liverpool sustained its impressive start to the Premier League season. Jürgen Klopp’s team dominated Unai Emery’s European contenders from the opening whistle to the final whistle.

Liverpool and Klopp are in a very advantageous position with 10 points from four games heading into the international break. Manchester City is the only team capable of surpassing Liverpool’s record, as the Reds acquire confidence that they could launch a genuine title bid after all.

At the very least, the position of principal challenger is wide open. Despite Mikel Arteta’s dramatic late victory over Manchester United, Erling Haaland is still assigning Manchester City an alarmingly inevitability, but Liverpool will believe it can unseat Arsenal and reclaim its status as the team to challenge Pep Guardiola to the very end.

Not only has the game been turned on its head for Manchester United in recent weeks, but the latest news regarding the apparent sale of the club represents a significant U-turn. Regarding Haaland, the most that Liverpool and other rivals can aspire for is a transfer in the near future, which Manchester City fears.

Here, Liverpool.com takes a peek at what’s happening at the other major clubs in the Premier League and Europe.
Liverpool-style’sale’ for Manchester United
The transfer of Manchester United has been a drawn-out saga on the field. But now, according to the Daily Mail, the Glazers will remove the club from the market.

The proprietors are reportedly holding out for a staggering $12.6 billion, which they believe is attainable as a result of the World Cup in the United States whetting the appetite of American investors. This will go over like a lead projectile with Manchester United supporters, who have long desired the Glazers to sell the club.

While there was never any indication that FSG was holding out for such astronomical figures, the latest news indicates that the ‘takeover’ of Manchester United will follow the same path as the sale of Liverpool. The club was briefly put up for sale last year, but the owners swiftly reversed course.
Erling Haaland continues to terrorize Premier League defenses, causing Man City to worry about a possible transfer to Saudi Arabia. This season, he has exactly the same game-by-game record as he did in his first four Manchester City contests.

But not everything is pleasant. The Daily Star reports that Manchester City is sincerely concerned that the rise of Saudi Arabia as a footballing power could endanger their star player. In response, they could offer him a minimum weekly salary of $755k (£600k/€700k). A new agreement would last until 2027.

This would be a “mask off” moment for Manchester City, per Liverpool.com. It has not exactly been frugal with its spending up to this point and has been charged by the Premier League for violations of various financial regulations, but it has generally avoided such eye-catching, scrutiny-inducing numbers.

As Guardiola said recently, Manchester City would be vilified if it had spent in the manner of Todd Boehly at Chelsea, for example. Nevertheless, this Haaland offer would be a watershed moment due to the existence of this spending capacity.

Man City ‘has Haaland transfer worry’ as Man United ‘deal’ takes Liverpool turn