Erling Haaland goes clubbing dressed in full Borussia Dortmund tracksuit after final game before Man City transfer

INCOMING Manchester City striker Erling Haaland enjoyed a night out clubbing in a full Borussia Dortmund TRACKSUIT.

The 21-year-old forward scored in his farewell game on Saturday in front of the Yellow Wall.



Dortmund beat Hertha Berlin 2-1, securing a second placed finish behind rivals Bayern – who won a tenth successive Bundesliga title.

But to celebrate his success at Dortmund, which has seen him score an eye-watering 86 goals in 89 games and win one German Cup, Haaland hit the town.

Haaland sported Dortmund's famous yellow and black colours one more time as he went to a nightclub.

He poured drinks behind the bar before hitting the dance floor.

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Starstruck clubbers formed a circle around Haaland, who jumped up and down with his hands by his side.

The next fixture Haaland will play will be in the sky blue of Man City.

The Norwegian superstar recently sealed a £51million move to his dad Alf-Inge's former club.

In a heartfelt parting message to the Dortmund fans, Haaland said: "Dear BVB fans, I had unforgettable years at Dortmund.

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"Thank you for the great support, you will always have a place in my heart. All the best to you all."

On Haaland, new boss Pep Guardiola said: "It is a decision for the club to make a good sign for the future.

"He can come for many, many years hopefully and I am pretty sure he will adapt perfectly to our team but for next season."

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