Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund forward, gave an interview to ‘Telegraph’ in which he spoke, among other things, about what he considers his great dream as a soccer player: to win the Champions League. ” I’ve been thinking about the Champions League all my life, “said the Norwegian striker.
“Maybe it gives me an extra 1% motivation when I go out on the pitch with the anthem. That is my big dream, to win the Champions League one day. I hope I can lift that trophy, it would be amazing. “, assured the Nordic.
What’s more, Haaland admitted that in his free time, when he listens to music, he plays the Champions League anthem. “I’ve been doing it for a couple of years. And you know, it’s a very good hymn“said the forward, who is the youngest player to achieve a hat-trick in the history of the competition.
It must be remembered that Haaland, wish of half Europe, will not move from Dortmund this summer. The Teutonic club assured that there was no option to transfer him this year, so everything indicates that his great leap will be at the end of next season.