JAMIE CARRAGHER has revealed that Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland will join him on Sky Sports for Monday Night Football.
The 21-year-old will presumably provide analysis on Arsenal’s away clash against Everton at Goodison Park as both teams look to get back to winning ways.
Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland will be in the Sky Sports studio for Monday Night Football[/caption]
Jamie Carragher took to social media to announce he will be analysing Arsenal’s clash against Everton alongside Haaland[/caption]
Toffees boss Rafa Benitez is the next favourite to get sacked with the Merseyside outfit sitting 16th in the Premier League table after three consecutive defeats.
Meanwhile the Gunners have slipped down to seventh following their 3-2 defeat against Manchester United last time out.
And to the surprise of many, Carragher has stated that Haaland will be a shock guest, while there will undoubtedly be questions over his future.
It is not clear in what capacity Haaland will appear on the show.
He tweeted out a clip of the Norway international’s strike against Bayern Munich on Saturday.
Captioning the post, he said: “Delighted this man Erling Haaland will make his debut on #MNF tonight!”
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Fans were quick to comment, as one user messaged: “Bit out of the blue he doesn’t have anything to do with Arsenal or Everton does he?”
Another quipped: “One of the best players in the world comes to the studio, our chance to turn his head towards the Prem… and Sky make him watch Everton v Arsenal.”
A third added: “How many minutes in are you gonna ask him about moving to Man Utd?”
Meanwhile one stated: “Ask him if he wants to sign for Manchester City.”
One then told Jamie: “Get him to Liverpool Carra.”
Haaland, who has banged in 15 goals in all competitions for BVB this season, is available for £64million due to a release clause in his contract.
Is is understood that the former Red Bull Salzburg ace is being targeted by NINE clubs in 2022.
Despite his relatively low transfer fee, potential suitors have been warned any deal could cost as much as £250m after wages and agent fees.
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