Erling Haaland is trying to win a signed shirt in a competition, everyone is confused
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Erling Haaland has got fans scratching their heads by entering a competition to win a signed shirt.
Haaland, having scored 36 goals in his debut Premier League season for Manchester City, is well on course to win the Golden Boot.
The Norwegian could well also finish the campaign with a historic treble - made up of the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup - if Pep Guardiola's side do the business.
But Haaland wants to stay winning and for some odd reason, is trying to snag a shirt from one of his old Borussia Dortmund teammates.
The 22-year-old played with Raphael Guerrero during his time at Dortmund and clearly still thinks a lot of him, as appears desperate to get his hands on the memento.
Over Instagram, @433 are running a giveaway for Guerrero's BVB jersey and in order to be eligible, fans must follow both the club and 433 on the platform and tag two friends in the comment sections.
Haaland fancies his chances and proceeded to tag both Guerrero and Thorgan Hazard, his two former colleagues ahead of the winner being announced next week.
But plenty saw the funny side with Haaland's move given he could literally ask Guerrero for a signed shirt.
One fan wrote: "Why is Haaland trying to win Guerreiro’s signed shirt??"
A second said: "When he could just ask him."
Another joked: "Bro forgot to switch his personal account."
A fourth commented: "He wants to win everything."
A fifth user weighed in: "And here I was feeling bad about entering every jersey giveaway I see."
A sixth supporter laughed: "That's literally his old teammate what is he doing."
In terms of Haaland's other social media activity, he left fans horrified with the beef liver meal he had after scoring against Everton.
And there was also perplexion over another post where he revealed a special boot trophy he was given by Everton fans to recognise his record-breaking goals tally.
The boot contained the message, "E Haaland record Premier League goals from Everton fans" and has appreciated by Haaland, who wrote, "Thank you" as his caption.