The new Manchester City striker Erling Haaland is enjoying himself on a holiday ahead of busy schedule starting from pre-season.
With an expected busy summer ahead, Haaland is taking a well-deserved rest after an eventful UEFA Nations League Cup with Norway and has been enjoying sunnier weather in a picture posted on his social media accounts.
The Instagram snap shows his style as he is wearing a red leopard shirt, a black silvered watch and in a background with green grass and palm trees, enjoying the sunnier climate than what can be found in Manchester.
The Norwegian frontman was officially presented as a City player last week having signed a contract of six years at the club and Cityzens are eagerly waiting to see him in an official match for City next season.
They will be hoping his rest period will be put him in a good stead after an injury troubled last season. As he is cooling off so are other some of his teammates.
The City centre back Ruben Dias was pivotal to City’s title defence and posted a snap titled “priceless” on Instagram in what appeared to be a holiday getaway with his family and friends.
Aymeric Laporte who was also Pep Guardiola’s key man posted a joint pic with his gamer brother Leoo Laporte seated on the rock both wearing sunglasses black shorts, with Aymeric wearing a Givenchy white sandal and a black t shirt.
And the last season’s last match against Aston villa hero IIkay Gundogan has made the most of his off time as he tied the knot captioned “still dreaming ….My endless love..S&I” with his girlfriend Sara Arfaoui Gundogan in Italy.
Another one reading his vows and preparing his future with his beloved is Nathan Ake. He got married in Majorca at the weekend with a number of City stars and staff in attendance.
The players are set to join up with his teammates at the City Training Academy and on the USA tour next month. Pep’s men will be looking to be fully prepared for the congested fixtures for the next season as they will face West Ham United away on the opening weekend of 2022/2023 Premier League season, and will end the next season away to Brentford.