Erling Haaland talks about his Champions League and World Cup hopes during his appearance on GQ

Erling Haaland lets his hair down as he wears a £3,800 jacket on the cover of GQ’s global sports edition… as the Man City star opens up on his Champions League and World Cup ambitions and his meditation practices

  • Erling Haaland has appeared on the cover of GQ’s annual global sports edition
  • He’s made the unlikely leap into fashionable, expensive items in GQ
  • The Norwegian star has enjoyed a fantastic debut season at Manchester City
  • He has aspirations to help them win the Champions League this season

Man City striker Erling Haaland has revealed his Champions League and World Cup ambitions when he appeared on the cover of GQ’s second annual global sports edition.

The Norwegian striker has had a fantastic debut season with the club, scoring 33 goals in 30 games in all competitions.

He has made an incredible leap into fashion, appearing on the cover of GQ’s sports edition wearing a £2,000 jacket and £690 Givenchy sweater.

Erling Haaland let his hair down as he made an unexpected leap into fashion on the cover of GQ's annual sports edition

Erling Haaland let his hair down as he made an unexpected leap into fashion on the cover of GQ’s annual sports edition

Wearing a £3,800 jacket, Haaland spoke about his Champions League and World Cup hopes

Wearing a £3,800 jacket, Haaland spoke about his Champions League and World Cup hopes

In another picture, he can be seen in all white with a £3,800 jacket and £325 jumper.

In the magazine he talks about his chances of success with Man City and Norway.

He said: “I will try to do everything in my power to win trophies here with Manchester City and try to change the game. My goal is to win the Champions League.”

Haaland had a successful start in life at Man City, scoring 30 goals in 33 games

Haaland had a successful start in life at Man City, scoring 30 goals in 33 games

On his country’s success, he added: “Norway is a small, small nation, 5.5 million less I think.

“So we’re not a big nation. But again at the World Cup you see small nations doing great things.

“We hope to qualify (2026), that’s my biggest goal with them. Hopefully one day I can play knockout games against Norway.

Haaland's famous goal celebration led to many imitators, including from the PSG side

Haaland’s famous goal celebration led to many imitators, including from the PSG side

Haaland focuses more than most on the mental side of the game. A few years ago, he attracted some attention for what has become his trademark goal celebration: slipping into a lotus pose and closing his eyes as if in a meditative trance.

The celebration prompted a wave of copycats, including from Paris Saint-Germain in a Champions League game.

Haaland said of meditation: “I think it’s a really good thing.

“To relax, to try not to think too much. Because stress is not good for anyone. I hate being stressed and I try not to be stressed. But the concept of meditation is to try to let go of that kind of thought. It’s really individual, but it worked really well for me.

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