Sport: Haaland wants to work itself: "Can improve everything"

Gary Lineker and Piers Morgan lead the praise for Erling Haaland

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The former Dortmund striker Erling Haaland wants to continue working after his change to the English football champion Manchester City.

Manchesters Erling Haaland (r) setzt sich im Zweikampf gegen Liverpools Andrew Robertson durch. © Frank Augstein/AP/dpa Manchester Erling Haaland (R) prevails in a duel against Liverpool Andrew Robertson.

"I think I can improve everything," said the striker to the online magazine "The Athletic" self-critically. «I constantly give chances with my left foot. And when we talk from the end: I have to improve my left foot, my right foot, my header game. There are so many things. »

Under his new coach Pep Guardiola, the 22-year-old Norwegian hopes to take the next development step. «I'm still young. I will develop and I have to develop in the right way, »emphasized Haaland, who had moved from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester for around 75 million euros in summer. "I think I will develop really well here, so I'm here."

has already scored his first goal for the Cityzens against a top -class opponent - in a friendly game against FC Bayern. The striker made his debut in the Premier League on Sunday at West Ham United. Haaland does not expect its development to achieve its zenith in the near future. "You can always improve, no matter how old you are," he said. "Maybe I will only reach my full potential in ten years."

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