Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland will play in the Premier League in the future.
"Throughout his career, along with father Alf-Inge, he has been thinking of his development and what was the best arena for that.
"Right from the start, when I saw him score four for Molde against Bergen, I could see he had unbelievable movement and the eye of the tiger, a real hunger for goals.
"Juventus offered him a fantastic contract and there were lots of other clubs mentioned, but he chose Salzburg for his next stage.
"I saw him playing for them at Anfield in the Champions League. He came on as a sub and scored, but what I also saw was sensational movement.
"I ended up just watching him because of the way he created chances for himself and for his movement into space. He could have been one-on-one with the keeper three or four times if the passes had matched his runs.
"People see his goals, strength and enormous speed but what I noticed was how wise he is in creating space for himself.
"There's one other thing. He was born in Leeds and his father played for two Premier League clubs, so he will end up in England one day."