‘Please wear red’ – Man Utd fan and model sends plea to Erling Haaland to make transfer as she poses in his shirt

Posted Monday, May 02, 2022 by Thesun.co.uk

NORWEGIAN beauty Ann Mari Olsen has pleaded with in-demand Erling Haaland to choose Old Trafford as his next destination.

The Borussia Dortmund striker looks likely to move from the Bundesliga in the summer.

‘Please wear red’ – Man Utd fan and model sends plea to Erling Haaland to make transfer as she poses in his shirt
Man Utd fan Ann Marie Olsen has sent a plea to Erling Haaland to make transfer

Manchester United are one of a number of clubs said to be interested in signing the Norway international.

Now, stunner Olsen, 33, is playing the role of agent - pleading with the forward to join her favourite team.

She shared a snap on Instagram wearing a jersey with Haaland's name on the back.

And she captioned the sexy photo: "Please wear red next season.." adding a crossed fingers emoji to her message.

Previous reports has said that it's United's crosstown rivals Manchester City who have stolen a march on their rivals for Haaland's signature - and have agreed a £500,000-per-week with the player.

The only stumbling block for Haaland was question marks over City manager Pep Guardiola's future.

However, the Spanish tactician is set to extend his contract at the Etihad which has given Haaland the assurances he needs.

Intriguingly, Man Utd could have landed Haaland in January 2020, but missed out because they would not insert a release clause.

The Red Devils had appeared to be in the driving seat to sign the 6ft4in forward from Red Bull Salzburg.

Haaland's compatriot Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believed the deal would be done, only for United to be pipped.

Lifting the lid on how he pulled off the £18million deal, Borussia Dortmund chief Hans-Joachim Watzke told 19:09 Talk: "We gave Erling Haaland a release clause… otherwise he would have gone to Manchester United."

Meanwhile, Olsen has been vocal about her support for Man Utd in the past.

She once asked supporters to stop abusing Jesse Lingard after he was named captain against Astana back in 2019.

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