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Pep Guardiola playfully responded to transfer rumors in Spain connecting Erling Haaland with a potential move to Real Madrid. Guardiola dismissed the speculation, asserting that Haaland would only leave if he becomes dissatisfied with his situation.

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Haaland made a comeback as a substitute in Manchester City’s 3-1 victory over Burnley on Wednesday, having been sidelined for ten games across all competitions due to a foot stress fracture. Prior to his injury, the Norwegian striker had scored 19 goals in 23 games, building on his impressive 2022/23 campaign.

Amid longstanding links between Haaland and Real Madrid, intensified by comments from El Chiringuito host Josep Pedrerol, who suggested regular contact between Haaland’s camp and the Spanish club, Guardiola was asked about the situation. The City manager responded with a humorous tone, suggesting that the media in Madrid might have more information than he does.

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“We don’t have that feeling. He could not play for two months because he was injured, but maybe the media from Spain, and especially Madrid, have more information than us. We cannot control what people say. When he’s unhappy, he will take his decision,” Guardiola remarked.

Haaland joined Manchester City from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2022, utilizing a release clause in his contract, and City is reportedly looking to renegotiate the release clause in a potential new contract with the player. While details of the current release clause remain undisclosed, City aims to secure a higher figure in any future negotiations. Rafaela Pimenta, Haaland’s chief representative, has emphasized the importance of including release clauses in player contracts, advocating for players’ freedom to make decisions about their futures.

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