Haaland's dad Alf-Inge Haaland was on the wrong end of United legend Roy Keane's horrific studs up challenge during the Manchester derby in 2001.
This tackle ended his career and Leeds United supporter Ben doesn't fancy Manchester United's chances of luring the 20-year-old Norwegian to Old Trafford.
"There's no way he's going to Manchester United," he told talkSPORT before adding, "The Haalands hate Man United. If you remember the whole Roy Keane with his dad business, why would he go there."
One of the on-set presenters responded by saying: "Money talks."
But, Ben hit back with the fact that Manchester City have more money than United as he said, "City have got more (money) than United, Madrid will pay more than United. Keane ended his father's career. It's an absolute nonsense. He will never go there when he can go to City or Madrid or to Bayern or anywhere else."
Ally McCoist appeared to agree with him, concluding, "You're very, very cynical Ben. You might just be correct though."