Erling Haaland is one of the most sought-after strikers in world football, and his future is the subject of much speculation. The 20-year-old Norwegian has been linked with a move to Manchester City, but it appears he has already told his potential future teammates which team he supports.
Haaland, who currently plays for Borussia Dortmund, has revealed to his City pals that he is a fan of a rather surprising team. According to reports, the Norwegian has told his potential future teammates that he is a supporter of the Norwegian side Molde FK.
Molde FK are currently managed by Erling’s father, Alf-Inge Haaland, and the club have enjoyed a successful period in recent years. They have won the Norwegian league title three times in the last five years, and have also reached the Europa League group stages in the last two seasons.
It is not surprising that Erling has chosen to support his father’s team, and it is a testament to the bond between the two. Erling has spoken in the past about how his father has been a huge influence on his career, and it is clear that he has a great deal of respect for him.
Erling’s decision to support Molde FK is also likely to be influenced by his own experiences with the club. He began his career with the Norwegian side, and made his professional debut for them in 2016. He went on to score an impressive 28 goals in just 44 appearances for the club, before moving to Red Bull Salzburg in 2018.
Erling’s decision to support Molde FK is likely to be welcomed by the club’s supporters, who will be delighted to know that one of the world’s best strikers is a fan of their team. It is also a reminder of the strong bond between Erling and his father, and the influence that Alf-Inge has had on his son’s career.
Whether Erling will eventually move to Manchester City remains to be seen, but it is clear that he has already made an impression on his potential future teammates. His decision to support Molde FK is a testament to his loyalty and respect for his father, and it is sure to be welcomed by the club’s supporters.