Haaland swaps Man City's Premier League title party for the kitchen

Erling Haaland swaps Man City’s Premier League title party for the kitchen, as he cooks steaks with the chefs in his pyjamas at a Manchester celeb hotspot, after revealing his Hannibal Lecter-style diet

  • Erling Haaland and his Man City team-mates celebrated their title win last night 
  • The forward briefly left his colleagues to undergo a cooking lesson with chefs
  • It comes a week after fans slammed a ‘disgusting’ beef liver dinner he made

Erling Haaland took a break from celebrating Man City’s Premier League title triumph to cook a steak with chefs at a Manchester celeb hotspot.

The 52-goal striker has regularly spoken about his alternative diet that includes a  fondness for liver and cow’s heart.

After beating the Chelsea 1-0 and lifting the trophy in front of their fans at the Etihad Stadium, City’s players and their partners headed over to the private club MNKY HSE in Manchester to party into the early hours.

But the Norwegian giant left his team-mates briefly as he underwent a cooking lesson to make an appetising dish – just a week after he posted a photo of his beef liver dinner which disgusted fans.

Sharing a shot of his steak on his Instagram story, Haaland said: ‘F****** love that’, while another video on social media showed the forward in the zone as he focused on making sure the meat was cooked just right. 

Erling Haaland took a break from celebrating Man City’s Premier League title triumph to cook a steak with chefs at a Manchester celeb hotspot

The striker shared a photo on his Instagram account of himself cooking late on Sunday night

Chefs at the plush Manchester venue oversaw Haaland who caught the eye with his pyjamas

Haaland’s cooking class was made all the more remarkable given he was wearing sky blue pyjamas, with the forward and his girlfriend Isabel Johansen stealing the show at City’s title party as they wore matching outfits.

The lesson from the chef also came just a week after fans slammed the forward’s cooking abilities. 

He posted an Instagram snap of a big tray of beef liver after the 3-0 win at Everton, captioning the picture: ‘That’s bloody lovely!’

But fans weren’t quite so sure, with one on Twitter likening the sliced liver to ‘faeces’ and another calling it ‘disgusting’, while a further shocked supporter said: ‘Never let bro cook again’. 

The 22-year-old’s diet and habits have generated significant attention this year, with Haaland leaving no stone unturned in the pursuit of excellence.

This includes ‘magic potion’ milk smoothies laced with spinach and kale, filtered water and sunlight to boost his circadian rhythm, along with blue light glasses and a cryotherapy chamber in his house.

The lesson from the chef came just a week after fans slammed the forward’s cooking abilities 

Fans weren’t too impressed by the beef liver dinner he made after City beat Everton 3-0

He also recently revealed his Hannibal Lecter-style diet in a documentary called Haaland: The Big Decision – a programme that reflected on his choice in choosing to join Man City last summer.

Showing off huge chunks of heart and liver from the butcher in the documentary, Haaland said: ‘You [other people] don’t eat this, but I am concerned with taking care of my body.

‘I think eating quality food that is as local as possible is the most important. People say meat is bad for you but which? The meat you get at McDonald’s? 

‘Or the local cow eating grass right over there? I eat the heart and the liver.’

Despite its unique nature, beef liver does have high nutritional value because it is naturally high in protein, vitamins and minerals, which aid with tissue repair and energy production.

6ft 4in Haaland consumes 6,000 calories a day to maintain peak physical condition, which enables him to bully defenders – something that has regularly been seen in Man City games this season.

The Premier League champions have two more top flight games to go against Brighton and Brentford this week. 

Attention will then turn to the FA Cup final against Man United on June 3 and the Champions League final against Inter Milan on June 10 as City aim to become just the second English team to achieve a historic Treble after their arch-rivals completed the feat in 1998-99. 

Haaland’s unique diet and habits have seen the City forward rack up 52 goals this season 

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