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“Should I adopt it?” – Erling Haaland showcases hilarious new look ahead of Manchester City run-in



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Manchester City striker Erling Haaland has joked on social media that he could be prepared to make a hilarious new change to his look ahead of the run-in.

The Norway international forward returned to action for Pep Guardiola’s side in typical Erling Haaland fashion on Sunday afternoon, scoring the match-sealing goal at the City Ground to claim all three points against Nottingham Forest.

Haaland has been ruled out of action for Manchester City over their last two matches, missing their Wembley Stadium FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea and Premier League encounter with Brighton & Hove Albion.

However, his return to duties this week will almost certainly give the reigning Premier League champions the ultimate boost ahead of a crucial run-in for the top-flight crown and the FA Cup final at the end of the season.

But it appears as though Haaland may be contemplating a major change off-the-field, with the 23-year-old asking his social media followers this week whether he should make an addition to his image.

In a new upload to his Instagram story this week, Erling Haaland has showcased a hilarious new moustache addition as he asked his followers, “What do you guys think of my new style? Should I adopt it?”

Many of those on social media have found the question simply hilarious, while some have been insistent on Erling Haaland introducing the moustache in the event of a fourth successive Premier League title win for Manchester City this season.

“Bring it out when we lift the title,” said one user on social media platform X, while another responded with, “Yeah this way you’ll end scoring 50 goals before the season ends.”

Elsewhere and mobile game Clash of Clans unveiled Erling Haaland as their first character in the game to be based on a real person, with the Manchester City forward becoming the Barbarian King in the game.

From Wednesday, players will be able to recruit Haaland to join them, or try to ruin his village, while the former Borussia Dortmund man, who is also a long-time fan of Clash of Clans, said becoming a playable character was “really cool”.