Due to his talent and scoring nose, he is sought after by several of the most important teams in Europe. At just 20 years old (he will turn 21 on July 21), Erling Haaland's the great star that Borussia Dortmund has, where he finished as a great scorer and was only surpassed by Robert Lewandoski in terms of annotations in the Bundesliga season.
In the last hours, the Norwegian has dismissed the season with a public message in which he tells his followers that "never let success prevent you from growing", which opens all kinds of questions regarding his continuity in the German club.
Haaland, who after qualifying for the Champions League with Borussia Dortmund attended the Formula One Monte Carlo Grand Prix this weekend, said this Monday on his social networks that he is "very happy to have scored 41 goals", but that "the work does not end now".
"Never let success prevent you from growing. When you achieve a goal, you have to fight to do even better," says the Nordic striker, one of the main wishes of the greats of the continent, although the Borussia Dortmund board has ensured his intention not to leave the team.
"Take advantage of every moment you can to improve. This summer is about working hard and moving forward. If I can do it, you can too," Haaland says.