Stanislav Macek spent some time working together with the Norwegian striker in Red Bull Salzburg and considers that a transfer to a bigger club is only a matter of time.

The youngster has been heavily connected with Actual despite being only 19 years old. His prolific broadcasts for Red Bull Salzburg and Dortmund, using a turn to Germany produced in January, have observed Haaland turned into one of the hottest prospects in world football.

Real would welcome the chance to purchase into such possible, together with all the Liga giants also reported being keen on Paris Saint-Germain’s World Cup-winning ahead Kylian Mbappe.

Macek considers it is merely a matter of time until the Blancos place a deal set up for Haaland. He spent a week working together with Jesse Marsch in Salzburg at the onset of this 2019-20 effort and has been mightily impressed with what he saw in the highly-rated frontman.

Macek, who’s the current coach of their Slovakia U18 side, advised AS of Haaland: “He’s a contemporary Ibrahimovic. I’d say he’s far better in his motion, faster. He’s got a fantastic mindset in the way to confront games along with his profession.

“I think he has left a huge move. He’s among the finest in Germany.

“When he keeps progressing as if he’s, for certain, we’ll see him in a larger club in no time as Madrid. The best have constantly played Madrid and Haaland is among these. He’s a footballer created for Madrid with no doubt.”

Haaland’s remarkable ability to sniff out opportunities and hit on the back of the internet has enabled him to enjoy a meteoric rise. Hard work is another significant part of his armoury, however, with a commitment to his profession leaving him at the best possible form for achievement.

When he had been at Salzburg, everybody told me. He works on his own to enhance. He explained in his home he will 1,000 sit-ups and 300 press-ups daily”

Those attempts have enabled Haaland to develop into a celebrity, together with all the 40-goal barrier divided into 2019-20 before soccer closed down amid the coronavirus pandemic.