Jamie Carragher claims, ‘Amazing’ £51 million Man City player might improve more

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The Man City forward, Erling Haaland, may even improve over time, according to former Liverpool defender, Jamie Carragher. He was asked by Sky Sports if the £51.2 million player still had more to offer. Jamie Carragher believes that Erling Haaland will continue to improve with time.

Man City forward could improve even more, according to Jamie Carragher.

The Norwegian forward, led Manchester City to the treble last season with 53 goals in 52 games. Ilkay Gundogan referred to him as “amazing”. He put himself into the discussion for being the finest player in the world. The 23-year-old has three goals in his team’s first three Premier League games even in the current campaign. Erling Haaland was backed by Jamie Carragher to continue to get better before Man City got a thrilling 2-1 victory over Sheffield United on Sunday.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Jamie Carragher claimed that

“I think so. He’s still a young player. He’s doing things he hasn’t been asked to do before. He wants to be more involved in the build-up. Can they actually get more out of him? The way City and Haaland play, he wants it a bit earlier. He wants that Kevin de Bruyne pass a little bit more.”

“There’s no better person for him to be working with than Pep Guardiola, one of the best managers in football.”

For years to come, opposing defences will find it terrifying to consider that Jamie Carragher thinks Erling Haaland has room to grow.

The former Borussia Dortmund scorer already appears to have the chance to leave the game as the best striker ever. Haaland does, however, have potential for improvement in some areas, as he is still young. The triple-winner needs improvement in his back-to-goal, first-touch, and overall possession for a player of his stature. However, as he continues to refine his craft, Man City forward, Erling Haaland, is gradually enhancing his all-around game and may contradict the Liverpool legend.

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