Erling Haaland continues to be linked with a move away from Borussia Dortmund with clubs across Europe monitoring his situation.
Premier League clubs Manchester United, Chelsea, and Manchester City are all interested in the services of Haaland. However, Jamie O’Hara says the Red Devils are down the pecking order. Haaland is one of the most coveted young stars in world football with a clutch of elite clubs signaling their intentions ahead of a potential transfer scrap for the £154m-rated Norwegian in the summer.
But former Spurs midfielder O’Hara believes Man Utd are ‘not good enough’ to attract the Borussia Dortmund forward.
“They can’t get Haaland – because they’re not good enough,” he told talkSPORT. “Why is he going go to Man United? Why?
“It’s alright needing him, but you’ve got Real Madrid, Barca, Man City. They need him.
“[United] paid £100m for Paul Pogba and he’s gone there thinking they’re gonna go to the next level. And it hasn’t worked and he’s been trophyless. Haaland’s not going to go to Manchester United and be thinking ‘We might win something, we might not, he’s going somewhere where he might win everything.”