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Erling Haaland enjoyed a kickabout with some young football fans, whilst on holiday in Marbella, ahead of pre season training with Manchester City, as you can see below.
The 21-year-old will be hoping to lead Pep Guardiola's side to their first ever Champions League trophy, as well as keep hold of the Premier League title.
Whilst he's yet to come back from his holidays and start training, the Norwegian is already showing off his skills, whilst on a beach on the Costa del Sol.
Haaland was videoed playing a game of keepy-uppies with a group of LADs on a beach, whilst holidaying.
It seems fairly typical of the former Borussia Dortmund striker's personality that he wouldn't give any care to his status as one of the world's most recognisable football players.
Instead he'd rather just enjoy his holiday and he enjoys nothing more than playing a bit of football, so it makes total sense.
New teammate Jack Grealish has come in for some criticism for enjoying his time off from being a Premier League champion, due to his drinking.
The former Aston Villa star was criticised by Stan Collymore, with many jumping to the England forward's defence, which hasn't gone down well with Collymore.
The former Liverpool striker has now doubled down on his criticism and called for a ban on players from drinking alcohol whilst they're under contract.
City will be back in training in the near future, with next month's pre season tour to America to get ready for, and it could be Kalvin Phillips joining Haaland as the new boy at City.
Fans are mostly excited to see what the striker can do and it's been predicted that he will take to the Premier League really well, and score 30 goals in his debut season.
He hasn't hung around at any of his clubs for long so far in his young career, and it could be the same at City as well, with Real Madrid already getting themselves in position to sign Haaland in the future.
That's despite the fact that club president Florentino Perez doesn't think the former Red Bull Salzburg player would get into the European champions' team right now.
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