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Haaland Makes Exciting Admission About His Life After First Season at Man City
- Erling Haaland joined Manchester City from Borussia Dortmund last summer
- He took the league by storm with his goals and set multiple records in his first season
- The Norwegian did not only change on the pitch his life experienced changes off the pitch
Erling Haaland is relishing his first season in English football with Manchester City and makes exciting admission about his life off the pitch.
The Norwegian goal machine joined City for £51m last summer and wasted no time settling down and lit up the Premier League differently in a way not many others have done before.
He scored a record-breaking 36 league goals, more than anyone else in a single season, to claim the golden boot, Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards.
He still has the opportunity of adding to the Premier League with the FA Cup final against Manchester United set to come later today and the UEFA Champions League final against Inter Milan next week.
Haaland: My life has changed
The 22-year-old is making things happen for Pep Guardiola’s team on the pitch, which has a resultant effect on his life off the pitch.
“My life has changed of course. I can’t live so normally any more. That’s how my life is, I can’t complain. I try to enjoy every single moment of it and that’s how it is,” he said.
“I’m 196cm tall and have got long blond hair so wherever I go people are going to see me. So that’s how my life is. There’s nothing I can do, that’s my life. I have to try to enjoy it as much as I can. Of course I wish I could walk into wherever I want without anyone filming me, but that’s not possible,”
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Varane has plans for Haaland
Sports Brief reported that Manchester United defender Raphael Varane revealed his plans for Haaland ahead of the FA Cup final later today at Wembley.
The former France international is no stranger to facing the best strikers in the world but admitted United have to work as a team to stop City.