Erling Haalands father speaks out on Manchester United transfer after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praises striker
The 19-year-old striker has had an outstanding start to the season, scoring 11 goals in his opening seven league games for Red Bull Salzburg, before completing a hat-trick on his Champions League debut against Genk on Tuesday evening.
He is the first teenager to score more than once on his Champions League debut since Wayne Rooney fired in his memorable hat-trick against Fenerbahce back in 2004.
Haalands dad, Alf-Inge, turned out for Nottingham Forest, Leeds and City among others during his playing days and was famous for his bitter feud with United legend Roy Keane.
However, despite his less-than-friendly history with United, Haaland Sr has talked up a possible move to Old Trafford.
Asked about United potentially being interested, he told TV2: It would be nice (interest from United and others),
It is important to distinguish between being a supporter and a job. So, I have a very relaxed relationship.
Its a little different when its serious.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer managed Haaland at Molde and heaped praise on the Norwegian after his heroics in the Champions League.
It was nice watching the game last night but my focus is obviously on the game tomorrow, Solskjaer said ahead of Uniteds Europa League clash with Astana.
Its great watching him.
I think everyone in Norway is excited by his development.Read More – Source