Erling Haaland has reached Manchester to complete his £51.2m transfer to Premier League champions Manchester City.

City had announced earlier this month that they had reached an agreement with Norway forward to join them from Borussia Dortmund.

Haaland is seen as a finishing piece to a formidable squad that sealed a fourth EPL title in five years over the weekend. 

With title celebrations over, Haaland, 21, has now arrived to iron out the final details of the transfer before heading off for international duty.

The striker will be given a tour of the Etihad stadium as well as have meetings with the higher brass.

He is expected to link up with his new teammates in July before their pre-season tour of the United States.

Manchester City are expected to add more signings after sealing the Haaland transfer this summer.

With Fernandinho on his way out, City are interested in Kelvin Phillips of Leeds United to strengthen their midfield ahead of next season.

With Leeds securing their top-flight survival at the weekend, it will not make a move for Phillips easy, although City are unlikely to encounter the same stubbornness from Elland Road as they experienced with Tottenham around their pursuit of Harry Kane 12 months ago.

Pep Guardiola is also interested in adding Marc Cucurella from Brighton to his squad to cover up the left-back position.

Joao Cancelo and Oleksandr Zinchenko have split duties on the left side of the defense but City have generally lacked a proper cover with Benjamin Mendy unlikely to ever play for them again.