After entering the Champions League scene with RB Salzburg, the Norwegian striker aroused the interest of a multitude of European elite members before choosing a change of Bundesliga.
Since joining Dortmund in January, Haaland has boosted the effort by scoring 12 goals in 11 outings, bringing his overall season record to 40 ruthless.
Alf Ingve Berntsen, who has worked with the 19-year-old talent at Byrne FK, has admitted that he would like to see the youngster play in the Premier League for the Reds.
He told 90Min, “I’m a fan of Liverpool, so of course I would like to see him play for them.
“English football is by far the most popular in Norway.
“And most young Norwegian footballers dream of playing in the Premier League, as does Erling’s father (former Leeds and Man City ace, Alf Inge Haaland).
“I sincerely believe that he has the skills to play in such a club. “