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Arsene Wenger has given his prediction for Erling Haaland's next transfer as rumours continue to circulate linking him with the biggest clubs in European football.
Haaland is expected to leave Borussia Dortmund after two and a half years with the club when the £64million release clause in his contract becomes active next summer.
As a result, he is attracting significant interest from clubs in England and Spain, as well as German powerhouses Bayern Munich, due to his exceptional goal scoring form.
Since joining BVB in January 2020, Haaland has scored a staggering 63 goals from just 64 appearances in all competitions.
When asked about a potential move to the Premier League for Haaland, Wenger told Bild that "I think that will happen. The economic power of the Premier League is too strong.
"English football is dominant because it is where the most money is. The best players always go the best way to make the most money.
"Haaland is likely to be the next high-profile goal scorer after Mbappe. He's a super talent. His ambition, his will to score goals and the ability to fight in a duel [set him apart].
"He's there and wants to win, there is something in him that is great for a striker," concluded Wenger.
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A host of Premier League clubs are reportedly preparing to move for Haaland at the end of the season, including Liverpool and both Manchester clubs.
Chelsea made an attempt to sign the Norwegian this summer but saw their bid knocked back by Dortmund and were priced out of the deal by the personal term demands of Haaland's agent, Mino Raiola.
Manchester United are believed to be in pole position to sign Haaland, who made his professional debut under United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during their time at Molde.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich have all also been linked with the 21-year-old already this summer.
Wenger remains out of management having left Arsenal in 2018 after 22 years in charge of the Gunners and he now works as for FIFA as their director of development.
In his role with FIFA, he is currently pushing forward plans to alter the football calendar and have the World Cup be held every two years, rather than four.
- Arsene Wenger
- Erling Haaland
- Premier League
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