Since completing his move to Manchester City from Borussia Dortmund on a transfer fee of £51.1 million, Norwegian striker Erling Haaland has been the talk of town over the past few days.Recent updates indicate that Haaland has awarded each of his teammates with a Rolex watch and every member of Borussia Dortmund's backroom staff with an OMEGA watch as part of his farewell ahead of move to England.
The cost of each of this watches is approximated at £13,000.With the total number of his Dortmund's teammates and members of staff approximated to be over twenty, Haaland is said to have spend more than £260,000 which is Ksh 37,827,400.
This goodbye has been referred by many as "the most expensive goodbye."This is a good gesture from 21 years old Haaland who has risen to become one of the top strikers in the world since launching his senior career with Bryne in 2015.
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