Erling Haaland has dominated the transfer headlines for the past few months and now the youngster has finally opened up on his future at Borussia Dortmund.
“I have been taking a couple of steps over the past few years and I think they have been good steps for me, personally, to get out of my comfort zone and to develop even more,” Erling Haaland said in an interview with Icon Magazine.
“I want to challenge myself in everything that I do. It’s something I think about.
“It’s also for everyone to always do this. People can sometimes be too comfortable staying in their ‘zone’ so I think it’s important to get out of that.”
Meanwhile, the Dortmund striker is said to be Chelsea’s prime target for the current transfer window.
However, BVB are reportedly asking €180m for the Norwegian talisman this summer so maybe the Blues are likely to wait until the end of the 2021-22 season when his €75m release clause comes into force.
“I try to train as best I can and to deliver when I have to deliver and be prepared when I have to be prepared,” the 20-year-old striker, who scored 41 goals in 41 appearances for Dortmund in the 2020-21 season continued.
“That is how I feel about it. It’s what I try to do. But it’s also important not to get too stressed – to enjoy the game and to have fun. That’s the most important thing. I always try to have fun.
“My career has already been going very fast but also at a speed that I like.
“It’s true that I am young but I am setting myself goals all the time and I will do everything I can to achieve them.