BORUSSIA DORTMUND striker Erling Haaland has posted an emotional farewell video on his Twitter page saying goodbye to the club ahead of his move to Manchester City.
The Norwegian striker played his last game for BVB and scored a penalty in a 2-1 victory against Hertha Berlin.
He has already agreed to join blue side Manchester for a fee of £51m after his release clause was triggered.
In the video, Haaland mentioned: “Dear BVB fans, I spent unforgettable years at Dortmund.
“Thank you for the great support, you will always have a place in my heart. Yours sincerely.”
The clip featured some of his best goals for the Bundesliga club highlighting some of his finest moments.
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In the tweet, the 21-year-old said: “It’s just an honor to wear this shirt.
“At BVB I had some memorable times, met some special people, not to mention a fan base that was always our extra man on the pitch.
“The yellow wall is truly amazing. I’ll never forget any of that!”
After his last match, Dortmund presented him with flowers and a thank you message as his teammates applauded him above the fans chanting his name.
Haaland looked emotional as on the pitch at Signal Iduna Park for the last time.
He has scored an incredible 29 goals in 30 appearances this season. Last campaign, he managed to score 41 times in as many games.
The 21-year-old will join City on July 1 and is expected to earn £375,000 a week, the same amount as Kevin de Bruyne.