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Erling Haaland's Younger Cousin Albert Tjaaland Is Just As Dangerous In Front Of Goal

Erling Haaland's Younger Cousin Albert Tjaaland Is Just As Dangerous In Front Of Goal

The Norwegian is already a banging in the goals and he's only 16-years-old. Clubs in Europe who missed out on Haaland will be circling.

Ryan Sidle

Ryan Sidle

Erling Haaland has been almost unstoppable in the past year and at just 19-years-old it's scary to think how good he could be, but his younger cousin might be even better.

Since August 2018 Haaland has moved from Molde to Red Bull Salzburg, where his success made him one of the most wanted players in world football, and then to Borussia Dortmund.

At just 19-years-old there's even more to come from the Norwegian but there's another member of his family coming up behind him quick.

Sixteen-year-old Albert Tjaaland is already starting to show a similar knack for goals as his older cousin and has already scored 64 goals in 37 matches for club side Bryne FK.

Older cousin Haaland moved to Dortmund in January for just €20 million and has adapted to life in the Bundesliga extremely quickly.

In just eight appearances so far in Germany's top tier he has scored nine goals whilst also adding two more onto his Champions League tally to take him to 10 goals in Europe this season.

With Norway also able to call on Martin Odegaard their future looks pretty bright, after all they also have Joshua King, Sander Berge and Alexander Sorloth in their squad too.

The question is, will Albert Tjaaland join them?

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Topics: Football News, Red Bull Salzburg, Manchester United, Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund, Norway