After seeing what Erling Haaland eats, his Norway teammate calls him a ‘freak.’


After seeing what Erling Haaland eats, his Norway teammate calls him a ‘freak.’

Josh King, a Watford striker, has dubbed his international teammate Erling Haaland a “freak” because of his voracious hunger, admitting he’s never seen anything like it.

After spending time with Erling Haaland on international duty, Watford striker Josh King has dubbed him a ‘freak’ for the amount of food he consumes.

Both King and Haaland are Norwegians who meet up with the group during international vacations, albeit they were unable to assist their country qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar this time.

Haaland has become one of the most talked-about players in the world, and the 21-year-tremendous old’s talent has piqued the interest of Europe’s elite.

Any potential suitors, however, must ensure that they supply enough food after training because Haaland is said to eat like a “freak,” according to King.

When asked about Haaland in a recent interview on Watford teammate Ben Foster’s YouTube channel, King replied: “He’s just a weirdo. I’ve never seen somebody consume as much food as he does.

“He’s gaining weight. He’s shredded, but I’m not sure why; he just eats like a beast.” All of King’s remarks were in good taste, and the forward praised his Norwegian strike partner: “He’s a really sweet guy. Obviously, he came across as in some interviews, but he’s one of the kindest, most down-to-earth people I’ve ever met. He’s just a little boy who enjoys football.” If Erling Haaland leaves Borussia Dortmund, where will he go next? Please share your thoughts in the comments area…

Haaland has been linked with a move to the Premier League to follow in his father’s footsteps, who played for Leeds United and Manchester City, and Foster quizzed King on whether he felt the Borussia Dortmund star will make the move.

According to King: “I’m aware that he adores Leeds. Yes, he likes Leeds, but I’m not sure whether it will happen, but we’ll see. I’d like to see him play in the Premier League someday. That was something I said last summer.

“I told him he needed to come to the Premier League, and he loves it, but he’s still young, so there’s time.”


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