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Incredible: The exorbitant sum that Haaland spent in just 6 hours of his vacations

By Alexis Almosnino

Incredible: The exorbitant sum that Haaland spent in just 6 hours of his vacations

The Borussia Dortmund forward has been enjoying his holidays on a small island in Greece, a place where he has arrived to enjoy eating and drinking without limits.

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These days, the name of Erling Haaland sounds like the next signing of the best clubs in the world. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea and even Manchester United are following in the footsteps of the Nordic scorer. However, he seems to have put aside the rumors of the pass market to enjoy his vacation in a big way.

According to the European press, the star of Borussia Dortmund is in Greece spending a few days of sun and sand. According to the Greek media ‘Sportime’, the young forward moved with some friends to Mykonos, a small island in the Hellenic country where in just six hours he has spent half a million euros in a restaurant. Former RB Salzburg and his guests have been eating and drinking without limits.

Ering Haaland and company tasted exclusive dishes and drank a lot of champagne, having acquired four bottles of Louis Roederer's Vintage Cristal. As expected, the account has not been cheap for the Dortmund star, but his high emoluments allowed him to indulge: $500.000 dollars.

From now, Haaland himself is known to want to get out of his “comfort zone”, but he does not hide that, given his youth, he is “setting goals all the time” and that he will “do everything possible to achieve them”. "I have taken a couple of steps in recent years and I think they have been good for me personally to get out of my comfort zone and develop even more," Haaland told the British newspaper ‘Daily Telegraph’.

“I want to challenge myself in everything I do, that's something I think about and I think it's something that happens to everyone. People can sometimes feel too comfortable staying in their ‘zone’, so I think it’s important to get out of there, ”warned the Norwegian.


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