Erling Braut Haaland looks set to snub a move to Manchester United in favour of linking up with Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig.
That’s according to reliable reporter Kevin Palmer, who claims that his concern over a move to Old Trafford is about the amount of game time he’d recieve in the Premier League.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was desperate to link up with his fellow countryman over the next six months, but the RB Salzburg star now looks set to remain in the Red Bull set-up with Leipzig.
Palmer also revealed that an exit for current Leipzig forward Timo Werner now looks ‘inevitable’.
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Haaland has already scored 28 goals in all competitions for Salzburg this season, so there’s no surprise that multiple European heavyweights are keen on his services.
The 19-year-old now looks like he’ll join up with Leipzig, which could prove to be a sensible decision in the long run.
He’ll feature regularly in an exciting young side led by Julian Nagelsmann, and starring in the German top-flight will strengthen his position as one of Europe’s best young talents.