Erling Haaland is confident Dortmund can be a better team next season, although one of the Reds’ best players, Jadon Sancho, is set to join the Red Devils anyway.
Norwegian striker Erling Haaland is confident Borussia Dortmund can be a better team next season. Despite the absence of England winger Jadon Sancho, who moved to Manchester United, Bild revealed on Sunday.
Sancho is another key player for the Blues considering the player’s record of 38 goals and 45 assists in 104 Bundesliga appearances with Befaube, and is also a partner. He also knows Haaland’s heart, but the Norwegian striker is confident Dortmund can still develop into a better team next season with the current team of Marco. Reus, Giovanni Reina, Thorgan Hazard, Rafael Guerrero, Julian Brandt, as well as new forward Donjell Malen.
‘Jadon and I have a really good understanding. He’s a top player and it’s sad that he’s gone. But that’s football.’
‘There are many players I work well together. It might be better We just have to see who I work best with,’ Haaland said.
The 21-year-old striker scored 10 goals in the Champions League and four more during last season’s DFB-Pokal win over Dortmund, giving Haaland a combined 57 goals. From playing with the yellow team 59 matches
‘When I score a goal I will reach the next door I’ve won my first trophy. Now I want more I have big dreams,’ Haland said.