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Erling Haaland Biography

Erling Braut Haaland (né Hland; Urban East Norwegian: [hln]; born July 21, 2000) is a professional football player for the Norwegian national team and Premier League club Manchester City. He plays as a Striker. He is regarded as one of the top players in the world and is well-known for his strength, quickness, positioning, and box-to-box finishing. With 36 goals, Haaland holds the record for the most goals by a player in a Premier League season.

Haaland played at the senior level for Bryne’s reserve and senior teams after progressing through the youth system. After that, he relocated to Molde in 2017 and spent two seasons there, playing for their reserve team as well. Haaland won two league championships and one Austrian Cup before signing with Austrian Bundesliga team Red Bull Salzburg in January 2019. He transferred to German Bundesliga team Borussia Dortmund in December 2019, where he won the DFB-Pokal in 2020–21.

He joined Manchester City in the summer of 2022 for a fee of €60 million (£51.2 million), and in his first season, he helped the team achieve a continental treble. Haaland became the first player to win both accolades in the same year when he was crowned Premier League Player of the Season and Young Player of the Season.

Throughout his career, Haaland has broken numerous records and received numerous individual honors. He made history by becoming the first youngster to score in five straight UEFA Champions League games while playing for Salzburg in the 2019–20 season. He led the Champions League in goals scored in both the 2020–21 and 2022–23 campaigns. Haaland earned the Golden Boy award in 2020. He was also named the Bundesliga Player of the Season in 2021, and in 2021 and 2022, he was a member of the FIFA FIFPro World11. He has set numerous Premier League marks with Manchester City, including the most goals scored in a single season, the fastest person to score two, three, and four hat-tricks, and the first player in league history to score hat-tricks in three straight home games.

Haaland has competed for Norway at different levels of youth. He set a tournament record by scoring a tournament-high nine goals in a single game to win the Golden Boot in the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup. In September 2019, he made his senior international debut.


Erling Haaland Early life

Haaland was born on July 21, 2000, in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, while his father, Alfie Haaland, was a Premier League player for Leeds United. He relocated to Bryne, his parents’ homeland in Norway, when he was three years old. In addition to participating in football from a young age, Haaland also participated in track and field, handball, and golf. When he was five years old, he supposedly set a world record in his age group for the standing long jump. In 2006, a distance of 1.63 meters was measured.

Erling Haaland Education

When he was old enough to start school, his father (Alf-Inge) enrolled him in a school for athletes of his caliber. Erling, then 5 years old, joined Bryne Fotballklubb in 2006, where he received the finest value in sports instruction.

Haaland began playing football at a young age and also developed a passion for other sports.

Like his mother, the adaptable youngster participated in track and field, golf, and other sports. Erling Haaland competed in the Heptathlon while playing football.

Have you heard? Erling Haaland set a world record when he was six years old. More often than any other child in the world, he took home the prize for the highest-standing long jump in his age group.

To everyone’s amazement, the future football great did jump at a measured height of 1.63 meters in 2006.

Erling Haaland Club career


At the age of five, Haaland began attending the Bryne academy, the local club. He made an impression when playing for Bryne’s reserve squad in the 2015–16 season, tallying 18 goals in 14 games. Gaute Larsen was fired as manager of Bryne in May 2016, and youth coach Berntsen was elevated to act as interim manager. Three months before turning 16, the interim manager gave Haaland his first start after having a close working relationship with him in other young teams. His first game came against Ranheim on May 12 in the 1. divisjon of the second tier.

Haaland was initially used as a winger, but after a few games, Berntsen switched him to his preferred central position as a striker. Despite not scoring during his first season at Bryne, Haaland was given the opportunity to try out for the German club 1899 Hoffenheim before deciding to join Molde and play for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Haaland played for Bryne in a total of 16 senior games.


Molde confirmed the signing of 16-year-old Haaland on February 1st, 2017. On April 26, he made his club debut against Volda TI in a Norwegian Cup game, scoring the game’s first goal in a 3-2 victory. On June 4 against Sarpsborg 08, Haaland made his Eliteserien debut as a 71st-minute substitute and was shown a yellow card after little over a minute of play. Haaland’s first league goal came on August 6, 2017, in the 77th minute against Troms IL for Molde.

On September 17, he scored his second goal of the year against Viking FK, giving his team a 3-2 victory. After the game, Haaland’s teammate Björn Bergmann Sigurarson chastised him for celebrating his goal in front of the Viking fans. Haaland scored four goals in 20 games during his debut season at Molde.

On July 1, 2018, Haaland led his club to a 4-0 victory over Brann, the league’s unbeaten leader at the time, by scoring four goals in the first 21 minutes of play. Molde manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stated the club had turned down multiple offers for the striker from various teams after the game and compared Haaland’s style of play to that of Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku. A week later, Haaland continued his recent scoring streak against Vlerenga with a brace in a 5-1 victory.

On July 26, he converted a penalty in Molde’s 3-0 Europa League qualification victory over KF Laçi to record his first goal in UEFA play. Haaland missed Molde’s final three league games of the season because of a sprained ankle. Haaland won the Eliteserien Breakthrough of the Year honor for his accomplishments in the 2018 Eliteserien. With 16 goals in 30 games in all competitions, he concluded the 2018 season as Molde’s leading scorer.

Red Bull Salzburg

Red Bull Salzburg, the reigning champions of the Austrian Bundesliga, revealed on August 19 that Haaland would begin a five-year contract with the team on January 1, 2019. Prior to relocating to Salzburg, Haaland was also the subject of an offer from Leeds United, the previous team of his father, according to The Athletic’s Phil Hay. On February 17 against Wiener Neustädter in the 2018–19 Austrian Cup quarterfinals, he made his club debut. On May 12, against LASK in the Austrian Bundesliga, he scored his first goal.

He earned his first hat-trick for the team on July 19 in a 7-1 Austrian Cup victory against SC-ESV Parndorf, and on August 10 in a 5-2 victory over Wolfsberger AC, he notched his first hat-trick in the league. On September 14, he recorded his third hat-trick for Salzburg in a 7-2 victory over TSV Hartberg.

This was Haaland’s sixth straight league game with three goals, giving him a total of 11 for the season. Three days later, against Genk, Haaland made his UEFA Champions League debut, scoring three goals in the first half to lead Salzburg to a 6-2 victory and his fourth career hat-trick.

Haaland scored two goals against Napoli and one apiece against Liverpool in his next two Champions League games, becoming just the second teenager (after Karim Benzema) in competitive history to do so in his first three outings. In their first three Champions League games, he scored six goals, which was also the most of any player. Following Zé Carlos, Alessandro Del Piero, and Diego Costa as the only other players of any age to accomplish this feat, Haaland became the first teenager to score in each of his first four competitive games after converting a penalty in Salzburg’s rematch against Napoli.

Then, on November 10, he scored all three goals as Salbzurg defeated Wolfsberger AC 3-0, giving him his fifth hat-trick of the year and his second against Wolfsberg.

Haaland became the first teenager to score in five straight games in the competition on November 27 when he scored another goal against Genk after coming off the bench. He joined Del Piero, Serhii Rebrov, Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Robert Lewandowski as the only players to score in the first five games of a Champions League group stage. He would, however, be unable to score against Liverpool in Salzburg’s last group game; as a result, his team lost 2-0 and was eliminated from the competition.

Haaland left Salzburg having scored 29 goals, 28 of which came in just 22 appearances during the 2019–20 season. This would turn out to be his last game for the team.

Borussia Dortmund

2019–20 Debut season

Even though Manchester United and Juventus were rumored to be interested in Haaland, Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund announced his signing on December 29, 2019, three days before the winter transfer window opened, for a reported fee of around €20 million, and he signed a four-and-a-half-year contract.

On January 18, 2020, Haaland made his debut for Dortmund away against FC Augsburg. He entered the game as a second-half substitute and scored three goals in as many minutes to help Dortmund win 5-3. In Dortmund history, only Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and he have ever scored three goals in their first game of the Bundesliga. Six days later, Haaland made his second club debut in Dortmund’s match against neighborhood rivals 1. FC Köln by starting off the bench once more. He opened the scoring after 12 minutes and added another goal 10 minutes later to help his team win 5-1.

Haaland set a league record by scoring five goals in his first two games, being the first player to do so and doing so in the quickest time (56 minutes played). He received the Bundesliga Player of the Month award for January despite spending less than an hour on the field in the league. On February 1, Haaland defeated Union Berlin with a brace, making history by becoming the first player to ever score seven goals in his first three Bundesliga games.

Haaland scored both goals for Dortmund on February 18 as they defeated Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 in the first leg of their round of 16 Champions League match. In just his eighth overall appearance in the competition, he added this goal to the eight he had already scored for Salzburg in the group stage, bringing his total for the 2019–20 Champions League season to 10. However, Dortmund would lose 2-0 in the second leg on March 11, sending Haaland home for the second time in the same season.

Haaland scored Dortmund’s first goal of their 4-0 Revierderby victory over Schalke 04 on May 16 after the Bundesliga resumed play in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. This was Haaland’s tenth Bundesliga goal of the year. He scored both goals in a 2-0 victory over RB Leipzig on June 20 to help Dortmund finish in second place and qualify for the Champions League the following season. With Salzburg and Dortmund, Haaland finished the 2019–20 season with 44 goals in 40 club appearances across all competitions.

2020–21 Continued individual success

Haaland scored twice in Dortmund’s 3-0 victory over Borussia Mönchengladbach on September 19, 2020, in the club’s inaugural game of the new campaign. On September 30, in the DFL-Supercup, Dortmund lost to Bayern Munich 2-3 in the Der Klassiker, but he scored his team’s equalizer. On November 7, in the league, Dortmund lost to Bayern again, this time also by a score of 2-3. On November 21, Haaland led a 5-2 triumph over Hertha BSC on the road with four goals in just 32 minutes. He was named the Bundesliga Player of the Month for a second time thanks to these five goals in November.

Haaland continued his impressive scoring streak in the Champions League, tallying six goals in the first four games of the 2020–21 group stage. On November 24, when his team defeated Club Brugge 3-0, he became the player with the fastest 15 Champions League goals, having done so in just 12 games. However, the team revealed that Haaland had sustained a hamstring injury hours before Dortmund’s fifth group game against Lazio on 2 December, keeping him out of action until after the new year.

On January 3, 2021, Haaland faced VfL Wolfsburg in his comeback. He scored two goals in a 3-1 victory on the road against RB Leipzig on January 9 and two more in a 4-2 loss to Mönchengladbach on January 22. He contributed two goals to Dortmund’s 3-2 triumph over Sevilla on the road on February 17 in the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League. Haaland scored twice in the first 10 minutes of Dortmund’s league matchup against Bayern at the Allianz Arena on March 6 to give his club a 2-0 lead.

However, Bayern rallied to win the game 4-2, and he was taken out in the second half after suffering an injury. In 146 appearances, Haaland scored his second goal, marking the 100th of his senior career.

Haaland defeated Sevilla in the second leg on March 9 in a 2-2 tie, winning the match 5-4 overall. Haaland then advanced to the quarterfinals. He became the first player to score multiple goals in four straight appearances in the Champions League and the youngest player to achieve 20 goals in the competition with just 14 games played. Haaland returned to Dortmund’s starting lineup for the 2021 DFB-Pokal final on May 13 after missing two games due to severe bruises. He scored a brace in his team’s 4-1 victory over Leipzig to win his first championship with the club.

He concluded the season as the top scorer in the Champions League with 10 goals, and was later named the competition’s best striker. He finished the season with 41 goals across all competitions, including 27 in the league, earning him the fan-voted Bundesliga Player of the Season award.

2021–22 Injury struggles and departure

On August 7, 2021, in the first round of the DFB-Pokal against Wehen Wiesbaden, Haaland kicked off the 2021–22 season with a hat-trick. He assisted on two goals and scored a brace a week later as Dortmund defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 5-2 in matchday one of the Bundesliga. Haaland missed the opening few weeks of the season due to a hamstring injury, but he made a comeback on October 16 and scored twice against Mainz in a 3-1 win. Soon after, Haaland sustained a hip flexor injury that forced him to miss two months of action. On November 27, he made his comeback and scored his 50th Bundesliga goal in a 3-1 victory over Wolfsburg, breaking the previous mark for fewest appearances and becoming the youngest player to reach that milestone.

Haaland’s departure from Dortmund for Manchester City in the Premier League at the end of the current campaign was confirmed on May 10 by Dortmund. He said goodbye to the team four days later at the Westfalenstadion before Dortmund’s final game against Hertha BSC, and he scored the club’s first goal in a 2-1 victory.

Manchester City

2022–23: Record-breaking debut season and continental treble

Manchester City of the Premier League confirmed on May 10, 2022 that they had activated Haaland’s €60 million (£51.2 million) release clause and had secured an agreement to sign him. On June 13, City officially finalized the agreement by announcing that Haaland would start working with the team on July 1 under a five-year contract. On July 30, he participated for the full 90 minutes of the 2022 FA Community Shield loss against Liverpool, which ended 3-1.

On August 7, 2022, against West Ham United, Haaland scored twice, the only goals of a 2-0 away victory.[85] On August 27, he recorded his first Premier League hat-trick in a 4-2 victory over Crystal Palace. Four days later, in a 6-0 victory against Nottingham Forest, he scored his second, a perfect hat-trick. By doing so, Haaland broke the previous record for the quickest person to score two hat-tricks in the Premier League by 14 matches, and was later named the league’s Player of the Month for August, his first month of competition.

Haaland made his Champions League debut for the team on September 6; he scored twice against Sevilla to make history by becoming the first player to score 25 goals in their first 20 Champions League games. A week later, against his old team Borussia Dortmund, in City’s second group stage game, Haaland scored an incredible goal late in the game to give his team a 2-1 comeback victory. Fans then chose his winning goal as the Champions League Goal of the Week, while UEFA’s Technical Observer panel later chose it as the competition’s Goal of the Season.

During City’s 6-3 derby victory over Manchester United on October 2, Haaland made league history by becoming the first player to tally three goals in three straight home matches. He also contributed two assists. In addition, he shattered Alan Shearer’s record of three hat-tricks in ten matches during the 1994–95 season to become the Premier League player to score three hat-tricks in the fewest number of games—eight league games—beating Michael Owen’s previous mark of 48.

With two goals in a 3-1 victory over Leeds United on the road for City on December 28, Haaland had scored 20 goals in just 14 league games, breaking the previous record of seven games held by Sunderland’s Kevin Phillips. He scored his fourth hat-trick of the season on January 22, 2023, against Wolverhampton Wanderers, giving him a total of 25 Premier League goals after only 19 games, surpassing the previous season’s top scorers, Mohamed Salah and Son Heung-min, who both scored 23 league goals over the course of the entire season.

Haaland shared the record for the most goals scored in a single Champions League game with Luiz Adriano and Lionel Messi on March 14 when he scored five goals in a 7-0 round of 16 victory over RB Leipzig. In doing so, he broke Tommy Johnson’s club record of 38 goals scored in a single season for City, set in 1928–1929, as he hit 39 goals across all competitions. Four days later, Haaland scored his sixth hat-trick of the season during Manchester City’s FA Cup quarterfinal match against Burnley, clearing the 40-goal threshold across all competitions.

Haaland scored his 45th goal of the season on April 11 as part of City’s 3-0 Champions League quarterfinal victory over Bayern Munich. This surpassed the previous mark of 44 goals scored by a Premier League player in a season across all competitions, which was held by Mohamed Salah and Ruud van Nistelrooy. On April 26, when his team defeated league-leading Arsenal 4-1 at home, Haaland contributed two assists and a goal, cutting City’s lead over them in the standings to only two points despite the fact that City still had two games remaining.

Then, on April 30 against Fulham, he would score his 50th goal of the season across all competitions. He was awarded the league’s Player of the Month honor for the second time in April thanks to his six goals and two assists.

When Haaland scored his 35th league goal of the season on May 3 during City’s rematch against West Ham, he broke Alan Shearer and Andy Cole’s previous record for the most goals in a single Premier League season.

He received the FWA Footballer of the Year award a week later. He became just the fourth player to win the award in their first season, taking home 82% of the vote to beat off Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka and Martin De Gaard. He would then go on to be selected by his peers as the PFA Players’ Player of the Year in August. With Manchester City, Haaland earned his first prize as they won the 2022–23 Premier League championship on May 20.

He reached 44 total league goals and assists by assisting Phil Foden’s goal in a draw against Brighton & Hove Albion on May 24, tying Thierry Henry’s record for the most overall goal contributions in a 38-game Premier League season. Haaland won both the European Golden Shoe, awarded to the highest domestic scorer in Europe, and the Premier League Golden Boot in his first season in England after finishing as the league’s leading striker. He broke the previous record for most goals scored in a Premier League season with 36 in 35 games.

Haaland participated fully in City’s FA Cup victory over Manchester United on June 3 to win his second championship with the team. The Champions League final versus Inter Milan the following week saw him play an additional 90 minutes. Haaland found it difficult to have a significant influence on the game, but City would triumph 1-0 to win their first Champions League trophy and complete the second-ever continental treble by an English team.

Haaland won the Champions League season’s top scorer award for a second time with 12 goals. He joined Lionel Messi as the only players to win the Champions League Golden Boot twice before the age of 23. He was subsequently included in the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year Award nomination along with Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City and Lionel Messi.

2023–24: Second season in England

On August 11, 2023, Manchester City’s new Premier League season got underway with a 3-0 away victory over newly promoted team Burnley thanks to two goals from Haaland. Days later, City defeated Sevilla, the winners of the Europa League, in the UEFA Super Cup. Despite not scoring during the game, Haaland did score the first penalty in the shootout that ensued after regulation time had expired.

Haaland received the PFA Players’ Player of the Year award on August 29, 2023, after being selected for the PFA Team of the Year for the Premier League. He succeeded in winning the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year Award two days later. With his hat-trick and one assist against Fulham on September 2, 2023, he broke Andy Cole’s record of 43 games to become the player with the fastest pace to 50 Premier League goal contributions.

Erling Haaland International career


Haaland has played for Norway and has done so at different age levels. When playing for the Norway under-19 team on March 27, 2018, Haaland scored three goals in a 5-4 victory over Scotland to help his nation qualify for the 2018 UEFA European Under-19 Championship. In the tournament finalists’ 1-1 draw against Italy on July 22, 2018, Haaland converted a penalty. Haaland contributed nine goals to Norway’s under-20 team’s 12-0 victory over Honduras on May 30 at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Lublin, Poland.

Both Norway’s biggest U-20 victory and Honduras’ largest U-20 loss in history occurred in this game. In addition, Haaland set a new U-20 World Cup record for the most goals scored by a single player in a game. The outcome was also the largest victory for any team in the tournament’s history. Haaland earned the Golden Boot as the tournament’s best scorer despite the fact that the Norwegians were eliminated in the group stage and he failed to score in any other games.


Haaland was qualified to represent England because he was born in Leeds, but manager Gareth Southgate claimed the player preferred to represent Norway. Haaland was selected by manager Lars Lagerbäck for the Norway senior team squad on August 28, 2019, in preparation for their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying matches against Sweden and Malta. He made his senior national team debut against Malta on September 5, 2019. Haaland scored his first goal for Norway’s senior team on September 4, 2020, in a 1-2 loss to Austria in the UEFA Nations League B for 2020–21.

He scored twice in a 5-1 triumph over Northern Ireland three days later. In Norway’s 4-0 victory over Romania in a Nations League B match on October 11, Haaland scored his first hat-trick for his country, giving him six goals overall in six games for the senior side.

Haaland scored five goals in three World Cup qualifying games during the September 2021 international break, including a second hat-trick for Norway in a 5-1 victory over Gibraltar. He concluded the 2022–23 UEFA Nations League season tied for the league’s best scorer with six goals scored between June and September 2022 in League B.

Erling Haaland Player profile

Style of play

Haaland, a prolific scorer and largely regarded as one of the top players in the world, possesses every quality needed in a center-forward. His substantial build helps him hold plays up and engage others. He can dribble, create, and finish with both feet and his head because to his quickness and deft movements. Prior to turning and running toward goal, he frequently comes deep to receive the ball to aid his side establish play. He frequently tries to spread the ball out for a teammate. He can be aware enough to turn on the ball and make plays from a forward-facing position since he occasionally approaches too deep for the defenders to follow him.

He is very challenging for defenders to read because he makes quick, little movements in the penalty area to notice opportunities for a teammate to try to find him in space. He can also change the line on which he is going and sprint into that space.

When playing with his back to the goal, Haaland makes good use of his body to shield the ball while attempting to control it. He effectively gives his team’s defenders some breathing room after a clearing by using his muscle to keep possession when under pressure. When he dips into the left inside channel, his inventiveness is most obvious. Although getting a shot off is always his main goal, he also has the vision and ability to spot a centre-midfield run that has been delayed.

His quick ball movement also facilitates others’ creation, particularly during counterattacks. His serenity, patience, timing, and off-the-ball movement have a significant impact in build-up plays even though he is less involved in possession than a typical striker.

Zlatan Ibrahimovi and Cristiano Ronaldo are two of Haaland’s heroes, although he also looks up to Michu, Jamie Vardy, Sergio Agüero, and Robin van Persie. He also lists Virgil van Dijk and Sergio Ramos as two of the toughest defenders he has faced.


Gary Neville said that Haaland is “truly unique” and that he possesses the strength and technique of Wayne Rooney as well as the talent and finishing of Harry Kane and Ronaldo Nazario after his record-breaking debut season in England. Pep Guardiola, Haaland’s manager at City, believes Haaland has the ability to improve.

Erling Haaland Personal life

Haaland is the son of former women’s heptathlete Gry Marita Braut and former Norwegian football player Alfie Haaland.

Haaland stated that “the dream is to win the Premier League with Leeds” in an interview with the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten in 2017. Professional football players Albert Tjland and Jonatan Braut Brunes are his cousins.

Haaland practices meditation regularly.

Under the name Flow Kingz, Haaland, Erik Botheim, and Erik Tobias Sandberg of the Norway Under-17 squad put out a song titled “Kygo jo” in 2016. On YouTube, the song has received millions of views.

Erling Haaland Family Origin

The Norwegian is of white ethnicity, and he has Rogaland County, Norway’s little village of Bryne as the source of his ancestry.

Erling was raised at Bryne, the home of his family, although being born in England.

The fractured leg that followed from Keane’s attack on Haaland’s father plagued him. Poor Alf-Inge gave up on his dream of playing football and decided to put his boots away.

Erling Haaland’s family was forced to permanently leave England after his father’s profession ended.

Erling first encountered Bryne, the Norwegian village where his parents were born, when he was three years old in 2004. Bryne, which has only 12,000 residents, is most known for football.

His father, Alf Inge, started shaping his son’s future at this point.

Alf-Inge found it difficult to cope with the ongoing discomfort of his injuries, let alone the sudden end of his career, which was all brought on by Roy Keane.

He started a mission to have his last son and carry on his family’s footballing goals as soon as he hung up his boots.

Erling Haaland Family Background

The Norwegian comes from a family where sports are everything. Given that both of Erling Haaland’s parents were avid athletes, he has excellent sporting genes. He also gets excellent guidance and support from the family.

Alf-Inge Rasdal Haaland, a former footballer for Nottingham Forest, Leeds United, and Manchester City, is the father of Erling Haaland. Here is a picture of his father from when he was playing for English clubs.

Alf-Inge Rasdal Haaland, the father of Erling Haaland, plays both defense and midfield. Throughout his career, Haaland’s father scored some exquisite goals while switching between the middle and the back.

On the other side, Gry Marita Braut, Erling Haaland’s mother, was a former heptathlete. Heptathlon is the name of her sport, to help you comprehend.

Each competitor in this event for women competes in seven separate combined track and field events.

You can learn more about heptathlon as a sport by watching the video that we have available. Erling Haaland’s mother, Gry Marita, is unquestionably the source of the most of her son’s inherited athletic propensities.

Erling Haaland’s Father and Roy Keane Story – The Tragic Story

Experts in football claim that it was a brutal assault committed in cold blood.

Alf-Inge Haaland, the father of Erling Haaland, has never been able to forget Keane’s fatal tackle on him. The story of Roy Keane’s horrifying challenge to Alf-Inge Haaland is told in the video down below.

After the incident, Roy Keane was unable to look Alf-Inge Hland in the eye again. Sadly, such ruthless act of retaliation put an end to Erling Haaland’s father’s professional life. It also caused his family to move to Norway.

Roy Keane continues to be the reason why many members of Erling Haaland’s family and friends despise Manchester United.

They also use their remote to switch the TV channel whenever Roy Keane is a football analyst on TV.

Earnings, Salary, Net Worth And Wages

It was estimated that Haaland would make over £375,000 per week when he joined Manchester City in the summer of 2022. His contract would also last until the summer of 2027.

There is no verified estimate of Haaland’s net worth, as is the case with the majority of sports celebrities. Goal calculated that Haaland’s net worth as of January 2022 was around £9 million ($12 million).

Erling Haaland Social Media

Over 27.9 million people follow Erling Haaland on Instagram, while 4.6 million people follow him on Twitter. On his Facebook profile, he has 15 million fans.

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Erling Haaland Net Worth

Erling Haaland, a professional footballer, is thought to be valued between $40 million and $50 million (USD).

Erling Haaland earned a stunning $26,017,124 throughout the course of his three seasons at Borussia Dortmund. By the time the 2026–27 season is up, he will have earned an astounding total of $146,613,169 in lifetime earnings when his contract with Manchester City expires. At Manchester City, he makes an average salary of £19,500,000.

What Have Others Said?

Alf-Inge Haaland on his son’s development, speaking in 2020

“Erling has been really fortunate to have great coaches and teammates. He is still a student. He enjoys scoring goals but has also shown significant progress in build-up play. It doesn’t happen all at once; rather, it takes a lot of effort on his part and a career plan that includes teams where young players can play. The most essential thing for him is playing time.

Norwegian journalist Nils Henrik Smith on Haaland’s full debut for Bryne

“I watched his starting debut in person. He made wise runs and was swift with a good turn of pace. Although gangly at the time, he was tall. Although he didn’t have the strength he does today, you could see he had talent.

Who is better between Mbappe and Haaland?

The superior athlete is Mbappe. Despite the fact that Haaland will score more goals, Mbappe is the more talented and attractive player. The previous defensive midfielder is correct. Haaland at Borussia Dortmund (1.01 goals per game) outperforms Mbappe at Paris Saint-Germain (0.76 goals per game).

How did Erling Haaland get famous?

Erling Haaland, the son of former Premier League veteran Alf-Inge Haaland, made headlines earlier this season when he began scoring hat-tricks for amusement and made fun of the Austrian teams competing in the Austrian Bundesliga.

Which school did Erling Haaland go to?

After his successful career came to an end, Alf-Inge made the decision to move back with his family to Norway. Erling followed in his father’s footsteps by enrolling in Bryne’s youth academy, even though Haaland Sr. left football behind to work as a real estate developer at home.

Who is the fastest runner between Haaland and Mbappe?

Haaland, who has been recorded running 36.3km/h in the Bundesliga, edges out the Frenchman, though. This season, Mbappé has an advantage over Haaland in the Champions League due to his higher top speed of 35.6 km/h as opposed to 34.9 km/h.

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