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Man United, Juventus and Dortmund tracked Erling Haaland, but he chose Red Bull Salzburg

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is one of the best Manchester United signings ever. Acquired as a little known youngster from Molde for just £1.5 million in the summer of 1996, he went on to become a hugely influential forward -- especially when coming off the bench -- scoring 126 goals for the club. Thus it is only logical that a new striker from Molde should attract the interest of the Red Devils, especially when one takes into account that he is coached by Solskjaer himself.

That is why Manchester...

Wolves complete John Kitolano signing

Wolverhampton Wanderers have signed John Kitolano from Odds Ballklubb in a deadline-day deal, the Premier League new boys confirmed on Thursday.

The Congolese-Norwegian youngster joins the club on a three-year deal according to a statement on the club's website, and will join Wolves' U-23 squad.

Kitolano, an 18-year-old left-back, made his debut in the Norwegian top flight at 16, and has featured for Odd in the Eliteserien and the Europa League.

The youngster, who has represented Norway at youth...