The 20-year-old's future is the subject of much speculation following his scintillating form at the Westfalenstadion, with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Manchester City all believed to be interested.
Haaland is understood to possess a £68m release clause which activates in 2022, and with the striker supposedly demanding £300k a week from potential suitors, Langdon expects the Dortmund man to head to England and link up with Pep Guardiola.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Langdon said: "He's very smart and very patient about the moves that he's already made. He could've gone to a bigger league and team than Borussia Dortmund, albeit they are a big one themselves.
"He recognised it was too big a jump to go to a Real Madrid type of team from Salzburg. He went to Salzburg, then Dortmund, I reckon he'll spend another year or so there.
"They'll get what they need out of him and then he can be on his way for that contract release clause. Where will he go? I feel like the Premier League at the moment is the place with the money.
"I'm looking at Real Madrid and Barcelona and thinking, 'How could they afford to buy him?. If you're looking at the Premier League and thinking about a team that needs a striker, Manchester City would feel like the obvious choice."
Haaland has already amassed a staggering 27 goals from 25 games in all competitions this term, including 17 in 17 Bundesliga appearances. body check tags ::