Man City ace Erling Haaland signs new two year contract as he boosts career away from the pitch

FOOTIE ace Erling Haaland has netted again — this time a tasty deal promoting his home nation’s seafood.

The Norwegian super-striker has proved to be a prize catch for Manchester City, scoring 81 goals in 87 games so far.

Man City ace Erling Haaland has netted a contract to be an ambassador for the Norwegian Seafood Council


Man City ace Erling Haaland has netted a contract to be an ambassador for the Norwegian Seafood CouncilCredit: Instagram / @herrelandslaget
Haaland in the Seafood Council advert


Haaland in the Seafood Council advertCredit: Pressworks

And now the Leeds-born 23-year-old has landed a whopper, signing a contract to be an ambassador for the Norwegian Seafood Council.

The deal will run until October 2026 and see the goal machine appear in TV commercials, posters and digital ads worldwide.

Haaland, who signed for City from German side Borussia Dortmund in a £51million deal in 2022, said: “Seafood has been part of my upbringing and my diet growing up.

“Norwegian seafood, which I consider to be the best in the world, still has a natural place in my life.


“The Norwegian Seafood Council does an important job of inspiring and building knowledge about tasty and healthy seafood, globally and at home in Norway.”

Haaland has also scored 27 goals in 29 games for Norway’s national team and is expected to face the Czech Republic today.

NSC chief executive Christian Chramer said: “Haaland is recognised as one of the world’s best footballers, and is a gigantic profile with unrivalled global visibility.

“The match with Norwegian seafood is obvious. Being able to combine two of Norway’s best exports and strongest brands fills us with enormous pride.”

But it is not just seafood that fuels the Nordic net-buster.

The Sun revealed last week that Haaland is inspired by a lucky hat-trick pasta dish he eats at his favourite Italian restaurant.

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He regularly tucks into a special of pasta, cream and mushrooms cooked for him by Beppe Piccoli, owner of Vero Moderno in Salford, Greater Manchester.

The 6ft 4in goal monster has eaten at the restaurant once a week, almost every week, for the last two years and credits its signature dish for his prowess.

Beppe said: “When I first gave it to him the very first time I met him, it was before the season kicked off. I said, ‘When you score a hat-trick on Sunday, please thank Beppe and Vero Moderno’. He scored a hat-trick, didn’t he? It was funny.”

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