Manchester City’s sensational striker, Erling Haaland has revealed that he doesn’t want to be likened to legendary players like Christiano Rolando and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The Norwegian national player who joined Man city this summer for a fee of €51million has been exceptional in the preseason matches.
According to Haaland, he doesn’t want to be fixed in the spotlight, as he is just a person driven to score goals in every match, Notwithstanding, he is a very quiet and relaxed person, who just wants to be his own person, rather than be compared to the achievements of others.
Speaking ahead of the season opener, Haaland said, “I don’t need this [the spotlight, like Ronaldo or Ibrahimovic]. I love to have a joke on Instagram here and there, but other than that, I like to relax and have fun. Enjoy what I’m doing.”
“I’m a player that’s hungry for goals, gives 100 percent, and wants to win every single game.
“As a person, I’m a quiet person, I love to laugh and have fun. But in the end, I’m a relaxed person.”
Man City are to play West Ham on Sunday, which is their first Premier League game and fans are anticipating that Haaland will give a very wonderful performance in the game.