Manchester City striker Erling Haaland has purchased a house in Marbella.
It's no secret that Haaland and his family adore Spain, reports AS. And especially Marbella, where just over a year ago, the family bought a house where they could spend the Christmas holidays together. Erling's father Alf-Inge is a huge golf fan and in Marbella he has found the ideal place to enjoy his hobby.
But Haaland, amid rumours of interest from Real Madrid, is so convinced that Spain could be his second home that he has decided to take the plunge and buy a place of his own. He has signed a purchase deposit contract to acquire a house in the Nagüeles residential area, valued at 6.5 million euros.
The neighbourhood, one of the region's greenest zones, forms part of Marbella's 'Golden Mile' - an upmarket coastal strip situated just a few minutes' drive from the popular tourist destination, Puerto Banus and boasts one of the best beaches and beachside bars of the city.