Erling Haaland, a star for Manchester City, was taken off at halftime of a Champions League match on Tuesday night against Borussia Dortmund due to worries about his physical condition.
Erling Haaland was seen on Wednesday limping toward a hospital, providing Manchester City with some good news on his injuries.
The goalless draw between City and Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Tuesday night saw the Norway international removed at the break.
Haaland, who had complained of a foot ailment during the game, had tested at the Manchester Institute of Health & Performance, which is adjacent to the City’s practice facility.
The Manchester Institute of Health & Performance, which is close to the team’s practice facility, was contacted about the striker on Wednesday afternoon. Haaland was seen stumbling into the facility in flip-flops, where he spent around an hour having his foot checked and going through standard examinations.
Furthermore, according to the reports, Haaland’s foot has not suffered any significant injuries.
Haaland was also able to leave the hospital without a protective boot or crutches, and he was still sporting flip-flops.
Since moving to City in a £51 million transfer from Dortmund, Haaland has dominated the Premier League. The 22-year-old, who has already tallied 22 goals in only 17 appearances across all competitions this season, suddenly seems to be a possibility for City’s Premier League match against Leicester City on Saturday.
After City’s tie with Dortmund, Guardiola spoke on Haaland, saying that three reasons made him so worn out.
In the second, he suffered a mild case of influenza. Joao experienced a fever, just like Joao.
Then, on the third, his foot was knocked. Because of this, he was unable to participate in the second half.
The medical staff was a little bit concerned when he spoke with them at halftime, but he observed him walking quite normally. We shall observe.