Erling Haaland’s move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City triggers a kind of domino effect in the English league. For a top player, that closes a door – for good.

First consequences: Erling Haaland signs with Manchester City – probably the most spectacular deal of the year is dry. For a number of other players, this access has sometimes serious consequences, as the Italian sports journalist Fabrizio Romano analyzes in his column on “”.

No transfer: In his opinion, Harry Kane’s move from Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester City failed because of the Haaland deal – last year the 28-year-old wanted to go on strike to his dream club. His coach Antonio Conte now expects a clear commitment from Kane to the Spurs. According to Romano, Conte even makes his own contract extension dependent on Kane’s whereabouts.

No playing time: Gabriel Jesus’ future also depends on the Haaland personality. He is reported to be leaving Manchester City. “Haaland will certainly be Pep’s first choice as a center forward and that will limit Jesus’ playing time,” Romano believes. “He’s too good to just sit on the bench at City.”

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