Roy Keane’s assessment of Erling Haaland should alert Man City’s rivals
Roy Keane's honest assessment of Erling Haaland following his move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City will leave their Premier League rivals feeling rather anxious.
The former Manchester United skipper is now a well respected pundit and his views over the young Norway striker are nothing but convincing.
The 22-year-old, who lined up for Pep Guardiola's side in their Community Shield clash against Liverpool on Saturday (July 30), managed 62 goals across his 67 Bundesliga outings and has 20 in 21 appearances for his country.
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"Brilliant, brilliant player," Keane said on ITV Sport. "Obviously a good age, 22, he hasn't peaked yet. He's working with a brilliant team and a brilliant manager he's got all the attributes.
"You can't imagine him not scoring 20 odd goals, you just can't imagine it if he stays fit. He's obviously got the right attitude what a signing.
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"Exciting? That's exactly what this young kid is. Fantastic prospect. Looking forward to watching him over the next few months."
Guardiola was asked before the clash if Haaland was ready to make his mark on the Premier League, with the Spaniard confirming that he has already settled in.
He said: "He's ready to play. And the first impression as a guy is really good. He's a funny guy.
"He's settled really well with the team and that is important. The good vibes in the locker room is more important than any advice or any other thing you can say.
"We try to get to know each other in training, we can see what we want to do and what we did in previous seasons. His quality will do the rest."
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