Man City new-boy Erling Haaland spotted dancing in nightclub in full Dortmund tracksuit

New Manchester City signing Erling Haaland was spotted in a nightclub wearing his Dortmund tracksuit over the weekend as he bid farewell to the fans who have supported him


Posted Monday, May 16, 2022 by Dailystar.co.uk

Man City new-boy Erling Haaland spotted dancing in nightclub in full Dortmund tracksuit
Erling Haaland was spotted in a nightclub in full Dortmund gear after their 2-1 win over Hertha Berlin on the final day of the season

If you think Erling Haaland looks weird when he runs, just wait until you see him on the dancefloor!

Manchester City's superstar-in-waiting was spotted partying with a bunch of young fans on a night out, mere hours after Borussia Dortmund's 2-1 win over Hertha Berlin - Haaland's final game for the club.

He was seen throwing shapes to Pitbull's 2009 'banger' Hotel Room, pogoing up and down on the spot like Will from The Inbetweeners Movie, wearing his full Dortmund tracksuit no less (very subtle, Erling).

Many are convinced that the man in the video is just a Haaland-lookalike, but if it's genuinely him, fans reckon he'll have no trouble fitting in at City - particularly with the track record of some of their younger stars.

"Prepping himself for those nights out with Foden and Grealish," one fan tweeted.

"Getting his Jacky Grealish night out practice in early I see," wrote another, while a third said: "This guy is bonkers, and I love it!"

A fourth joked: "He dances like he runs … like a proper weirdo!"

Last week, City announced that they'd reached an agreement with Haaland after activating his £51 million release clause.

The 21-year-old has been scoring goals for fun since properly bursting onto the scene with Red Bull Salzburg back in 2019, and has developed into one of the world's most lethal strikers.

Dortmund snapped him a year later, pipping Manchester United to his signature after promising to insert a release clause into his contract, something the Red Devils refused to do.

Two-and-a-half years - and 86 goals later - Haaland is on the move again, following in his father Alfe-Inge's footsteps, though City fans will be hoping he'll have a bit more of an impact than his old man did.



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