Jürgen Klopp assesses upcoming transfer from Erling Haaland to Manchester City: “New standards”

“I think there has been enough talk about this transfer. I know there is a lot of talk about money out there, but this transfer will set a new standard, let me tell you,” said the 54-year-old, who is with Liverpool and is three points behind Man City. in the fight for the English championship.

Klopp only extended his contract to Anfield until 2026 at the end of April.

He did so, said the former Dortmund champion coach, “with the knowledge that City would not stop developing”.

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He doesn’t look so much at his rival, it’s more about us and what we can do with it. There are “so many possibilities and so many different ways to win a football match and we just have to find one. Of course it’s possible and we can do it,” said Klopp.

Liverpool are still fighting for the quadruple, even if the recent mistake in the title race (1-1 against Tottenham) hurts. The Reds have already won the English League Cup, and are also in the FA Cup and Champions League final.

Haaland: medical examination in Brussels?

According to consistent media reports, Haaland (21), courted by the crème de la crème of European football, would have opted for the Citizens.

From Belgium it was announced on Monday that the Norwegian had completed his medical examination at the Erasmus hospital in Brussels in the presence of a doctor from the city team. BVB confirmed that Haaland was “authorized to deal with personal matters”.

The striker can leave Dortmund at the end of the season with an exit clause of 75 million euros. The total transfer package with long-term contract, down payment and payments to consultants is worth several hundred million euros.

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