Erling Haaland wants Man City to change their playing style to accommodate him amid interest from Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain.
Haaland scored 86 goals in 89 matches for Dortmund in his two-and-a-half seasons at the club and he’s carried on his brilliant record at Man City.
The Citizens have benefited from 33 goals in 33 matches in all competitions from Haaland this season as Pep Guardiola’s side look to chase down Premier League leaders Arsenal, who are two points ahead with a game in hand.
Real Madrid are one team who would happily take him if he decides to leave Man City with president Florentino Perez ‘completely obsessed’ with Haaland.
Thierry Henry recently claimed that having Haaland in their team makes Man City more predictable to play against, he told CBS Sports: “We’ve seen in big games they can’t find him.
If you think the other way, in big games, try to help them.
But Guardiola hit back at his comments, he said: “I would say that I understand exactly what Titi [Henry] wants to say the fact we play and we put the balls to Haaland.
“Being less predictable does not depend on Haaland it depends on the way we can make the process to arrive in different channels to the final third, not just with Erling.