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Haaland breaks silence on Real Madrid rumors: “It’s easy…”

After months of injuries and physical setbacks, Erling Haaland is back. The Norwegian striker is making up for lost time, and he’s even opened up about his future beyond Manchester City.

Haaland has fully recovered from the foot injuries that plagued him earlier this season. He’s back playing for Manchester City and has spoken out in an interview, addressing the possibility of a move to Real Madrid.

Many see Haaland as Real Madrid’s “Plan B” to Kylian Mbappé, and his availability as early as this summer has sparked speculation. The exact price tag for a move is unknown, but Haaland’s comments about his current situation in the Premier League suggest he’s open to a change.

Haaland pledges allegiance to Manchester

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Haaland spoke about his love for England and the city of Manchester, which dreams of keeping him. The striker does have a release clause in his contract that could allow him to leave the Premier League in the summer.

“I’m a football fan… It’s easy for my family to come from Norway (to Manchester), just across the sea, very close… I like the vibes of the city, the positivity of the fans when I meet them. The banter. The English people in general, I love to banter with them. We are similar in Norway, we also like to banter,” Haaland said, causing a stir in the Real Madrid universe.

“People see us in the street, the Manchester United fans, we have a laugh together. People leave me in peace, to a certain point. I like that. If I’m in the shop I can have a laugh with people and it’s nice,” Haaland added in the interview, further quelling rumors of a move to Madrid.

Haaland’s words suggest he’s content at Manchester City for now. However, the allure of Real Madrid and the possibility of playing alongside Karim Benzema could still be a temptation. Only time will tell if Haaland will eventually make the move to the Santiago Bernabéu.

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