June 14, 2024

Man City signing ‘disrespectful’ player, claims Hamann

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Man City signing ‘disrespectful’ player, Dietmar Hamann has claimed Haaland has been “disrespectful” to Borussia Dortmund.

Haaland is expected to sign a five-year contract paying £500,000 per week at the Etihad, with his £63 million release clause set to be activated by Pep Guardiola’s side.

Real Madrid, Barcelona, Liverpool, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, and Manchester City have all been connected with him.

Since joining Borussia Dortmund for £18 million in 2020, the 21-year-old has 82 goals in 85 games for the club.

It’s been a lengthy and winding transfer drama involving numerous teams. Hamann, a former City and Liverpool player, has called the scenario a “circus.”

He believes that Dortmund supporters are “fed up” of the rumors and that the German club will be better off without Haaland.

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Man City signing ‘disrespectful’ player

Hamann told Bild (via the Daily Mail): “I think that not only the fans, but also the team and the club are fed up with the whole circus.

“At BVB, players will score goals even without Haaland. That has always been the case. I actually think it will help Dortmund in the short or medium-term if Haaland is no longer there.”

The German also criticized Haaland’s body language this season, claiming that he has been “disrespectful” at times.

“He drew a lot of attention to himself. Then he did his lap of honour in front of the Sudtribune alone in the winter. His gestures, his waving off and his body language have been disrespectful at times.

“He missed a lot of games and you also have to remember that BVB also suffered defeats with him. That’s why I think Haaland is better off elsewhere. And I also believe that Dortmund will benefit from the money they will get for him.

“Without Haaland, there is also a huge opportunity. Maybe a (Donyell) Malen will blossom, for whom it has not been easy to score goals next to Haaland. I believe that BVB, with the players they’ve already brought in, will be better without Haaland next season than with him.”

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