Agent Mino Raiola of Erling Haaland says the Norwegian star picked his transition to Borussia Dortmund over a transfer to Juventus because the Series A champions “would have placed him in the Under-23 squad.”
In January Haaland made the transition to Dortmund after breaking through as a star in the Champions League with RB Salzburg.
International Norway scored 28 goals in 22 matches in all Austrian side rivalries, with eight goals coming in six matches through the gathering stage of the Champions League against Liverpool, Napoli, and Genk.
During his Champions League season, Haaland matched several achievements, joining Karim Benzema and being the second teenager in history to score in each of his initial three appearances in the opposition while also matching Alessandro Del Piero, Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski and Serhiy Rebrov in five consecutive games.
During the time since, in his first game for the club, Haaland has kept on breaking a record with the forward scoring a 23-minute hat-stunt off the seat.
In his subsequent start, he scored two more as he became the first player to score five goals in quite a while initial two Bundesliga matches while turning into the fastest player ever to score five goals with a 56-minute rush.
However, in the event that Juventus made a superior offer, Haaland ‘s ascend to Bundesliga dominance may never have worked out as intended, Raiola says.
“Why Haaland didn’t transfer to Juventus? They ‘d have remembered him for the Under-23 squad,” Raiola told La Repubblica, an Italian outlet.
The striker helped kick off the Bundesliga return this past end of the week, scoring Schalke’s first goal of Dortmund’s 4-0 triumph to turn into the main man to discover the netback as the league continued after a coronavirus suspension.
At present, Dortmund is sitting second in the table, four focuses behind Bayern Munich’s table leaders.