Norwegian international wants to imitate Zlatan Ibrahimovic, experiencing life in many different countries.

Erling to follow the example of Ibrahimovic

Norwegian international Erling Haaland offered the hope of Manchester United and Real Madrid. Hinting that he would like to imitate Zlatan Ibrahimovic, experiencing life in many different countries. A fascinating teenage frontman has already spent time in his native Norway with Molde and Austria with Red Bull Salzburg. Now he plays the leading role for the German giants Borussia Dortmund, completing the transition to the Bundesliga during the January transfer window. Erling is tied to a long-term contract but talks about future switches to England, or Spain refuse to leave, and the 19-year-old specialist admits that he may be tempted to follow the example of the cult globe of trekker Ibrahimovic – who spent time with Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, PSG, Manchester United, LA Galaxy, and AC Milan.

We are both on strike

Erling likes his mentality and the way he sees different things. Haaland said in an interview.”I think that I have always had such confidence – it’s just me.”I also like the way he moves from one club to another, to another country – which is not easy – but he always comes and knocks on goals from the first seconds.”We are both on strike, and we are both tall. But we have a different game. It isn’t effortless to compare us. I am who I am.”He put pressure on the interest shown in him with Old Trafford and Santiago Bernabeu, added: “It’s always nice when clubs are interested. That means you did something right.”

Solskjaer helped me a lot

Moving to Manchester during the winter would have seen how Haaland was reunited with fellow countryman Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the man who currently directs filming at the Dream Theater.”I came to Molde as a child, and he helped me a lot,” said Erling about the boss of the Red Devils.”He was a good finisher and helped me with amazing skills and different finishing methods. He was important in my career.”These words of wisdom helped turn Haaland into one of the fearsome strikers in European football, with 12 goals for Dortmund he added to 28 he managed for Salzburg this season.”I have been doing this all my life,” said a confident young player.”This is what I wanted to do when I was older. I always knew that I would be a good player, but everything went quickly. I like this speed!”