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Manchester City superstar ‘not comfortable’ and ‘can’t stand’ north-west city



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Another day, and another report from Spain tipping Erling Haaland with a move to Real Madrid, this time focussing on the player’s supposed dislike of Manchester itself.

It is approaching the two-year anniversary of Manchester City’s announcement of an agreement with Borussia Dortmund over the signing of Erling Haaland, and coincidentally the two-year anniversary of Spanish press consistently claiming the player is desperate for an exit.

Haaland’s time under Pep Guardiola at the Etihad Stadium has seen the player hit heights rarely ever seen in the English game, with his first season at the club also seeing the player claim the Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League treble.

Nevertheless, Haaland’s record-breaking goalscoring form, adoration from the Etihad Stadium faithful, and a borderline guarantee for silverware success is simply not enough to stop him from dreaming of a move to Real Madrid, if the Spanish press are to be believed.

This time around, it is the weather and the climate on offer in Manchester that is the reason why Real Madrid will secure the signing of Erling Haaland in future.

That is according to claims from Spanish media outlet El Desmarque, as translated and relayed by Sport Witness this week, who report that Erling Haaland is ‘not comfortable’ in Manchester itself, and supposedly ‘can’t stand’ his current home.

As is usually the case when it comes to Spanish reports on the future of Manchester City players, it is further claimed that the ‘rainy and grey climate’ is said to be the biggest issue for Haaland, which is said to be the reason why he spends so much time in Marbella.

Erling Haaland has returned to Manchester City action this week after a two-month period away from the squad with a frustrating bone stress injury that Pep Guardiola also revealed was a minor fracture in the striker’s foot.

Following a set-back in early January, Haaland resumed first-team training with the squad during their warm weather training camp in Abu Dhabi, and made his return to competitive action on Wednesday night during a routine 3-1 win over Burnley.

Erling Haaland is likely to be patiently phased back into action for Manchester City over the coming weeks, and Monday night’s game against Brentford could still come too soon for the player to start a contest for the reigning Premier League champions.