It was revealed this morning that Manchester City’s move for a striker has come to an end – Erling Haaland‘s move to Borussia Dortmund has been described as an agreement reached by The Athletic, and confirmation is expected this week.
Numerous reports from reliable Belgian sources have since revealed that Haaland has been tested by the Blues at Erasmus Hospital in Brussels, Belgium, before being transferred to the current Premier League champions ahead of the 2022/23 season.
It has been specifically revealed by Brussels-based store DH les Sports + that Norweigans have cleverly arrived in the Belgian capital this morning to do proper tests with a City doctor – a clearly successful test and a source writes that the 22-year-old had passed.
DH les Sports + wrote that the hospital selection had declined locally and did not attract attention, as it was reported that Haaland would return to Dortmund this afternoon.
Minutes later, Belgian company Nieuwsblad.be reaffirmed that the Norwegian player had passed his test in Brussels, adding that there was a surprise at Erasmus Hospital to see one of the world’s most coveted footballers at his inauguration. Nieuwsblad.be also confirms that the treatment took place in the Belgian in order to maintain intelligence and avoid a flight to Manchester.
Fabrizio Romano also reported on the completed treatment today, as well as giving his nickname ‘Here We Go’ before the official announcement.