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Erling Haaland concedes he may have represented England at the 2022 World Cup if not for his father’s decision

Erling Haaland concedes he may have represented England at the 2022 World Cup if not for his father’s decision

ERLING HAALAND claims he may have represented England if his father Alfie had remained in the Premier League longer.

The Manchester City star was born in Leeds and raised in Manchester before returning to Norway when his father’s career was coming to an end.

However, 22-year-old Haaland Jr. believes he has always felt Norwegian.

The £51.4million strike ace said: “It’s always a pleasure for me to play for my national team and also a proud moment. I lived in England for three-and-a-half or four years and I lived in Norway for a long time so it was natural to choose them.

“You never know how it would be if my father had stayed longer in England — then maybe I would be English.

“But I’m Norwegian and I’m proud of it.”

Haaland appears to have been smashing records ever since he arrived at City, but he also set one as a teenager.

Haaland collaborated with two pals to form Flow Kingz and produce a song titled “Kygo” under the moniker “Lyng,” which he describes as “essentially a bunch of odd things.”

Regarding Goal’s Box to Box series, he commented: “We made a really nice song. It’s quite popular now.

“We’ll see after my career if we should make some more.”

Erling Haaland concedes he may have represented England at the 2022 World Cup if not for his father’s decision

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