rling Haaland said he will ‘never forget’ his time at Borussia Dortmund after the climax of the Bundesliga season.
The Norway international, who will move to Manchester City this summer, scored a penalty in his last appearance for the club from the penalty spot in a 2-1 home win against Hertha Berlin.
The successful spot-kick meant Haaland finished his Dortmund career with 86 goals in 89 appearances in all competitions in just two and a half years with the club.
One of Europe’s top marksmen, City officially announced the signing following their Champions League exit at the hands of Real Madrid, while stressing the deal was on personal terms.
Taking to Twitter after Dortmund’s win, however, Haaland bade farewell to his fans.
“It was just an honor to wear this shirt,” he wrote.
“At @BVB I had some memorable times, met some special people, not to mention a fan base that has always been our extra man on the pitch. The yellow wall is truly amazing. I will never forget anything for all this! Thank you all!”