Haaland ennobles colleagues and talks about the end of a career

BVB star Erling Haaland wants to become a farmer in his hometown of Bryne after his career as a footballer.

“I think I’ll have a small farm when I retire in Bryne,” said the 21-year-old forward for Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund in an interview with US television channel ESPN. He’s pretty sure he’ll have some animals.

In the summer of 2020, the Norwegian posted a photo on his Instagram account in which he was sitting on a tractor and wrote: “I’m working”. Agriculture is a way to switch off your head and not think about football for once, Haaland said.

“So when I can, I try to relax my head. And one of those things is like being on a farm or driving a tractor or feeding the cows or whatever,” he said. He doesn’t have his own cows yet, “but I will definitely have some in the future.”

Haaland ennobles BVB youngster Bellingham

Until then, the goalscorer wants to have the greatest possible sporting success. He currently sees promising conditions at BVB. The Norwegian thinks a lot of Jude Bellingham in particular, who has distinguished himself as the second big shooting star alongside Haaland this season.

“Jude is a phenomenal talent. I play with him just as well as I did with Jadon last season [Sancho, Anm. d. Red.]. Jude and I have a good connection on the pitch. I think he’s really, really important,” said the international.

Another piece of the puzzle at BVB could also be the upcoming return of Giovanni Reyna. The American had been absent for months due to a torn fibre. “We missed him a lot. We all know how good he can be on the pitch. He has to get his body back together, then we’ll see a lot more of him again,” predicted Haaland.


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