After several months, the Erling Haaland soap opera ended earlier this week. The Norwegian will therefore evolve in Manchester City next season after having shone in the jersey of Dortmund. A club where Marco Rose will have to compose without him. This Thursday, the BVB coach commented on the departure of the cyborg at a press conference. “It’s nothing special. Borussia Dortmund won’t stop playing football after Erling leaves. We wish him good luck in Manchester. He gave us power and energy and scored a lot of goals. But he is still young and will improve further. We will follow his path and we will certainly meet again one day..
Then he added about the striker’s last game at home this Saturday against Hertha Berlin: “First and foremost, we have an important game. Places are still at stake in the Bundesliga and we want to win our last game at home. The rest is part of it. Some players will say goodbye. Afterwards, I expect performances from everyone (…) Erling, he’s just a good boy. He’s relatively down-to-earth, but of course the hype about him does something to him. I continue to take my hat off to how successful he is. He’s a complete professional.”. Haaland will appreciate.