Erling Haaland, a Norwegian striker for Manchester City, prefers to fly by private plane more than his teammates. Haaland’s preferred “flying taxi” is Vistajet’s 9H-ILV Bombardier Challenger 850.

Haaland not only scored loudly on the field, but he also showed a sense of elegance by being willing to play using a private plane. According to the Daily Mail, Haaland’s use of private jets has been more frequent than that of the majority of his peers.

Haaland’s 9H-ILV Bombardier Challenger 850 is worth $32m and costs around $10,000 per hour to rent from VistaJet.

The 2008-manufactured 9H-ILV Bombardier Challenger 850 offers many of the amenities anticipated of a VIP aircraft. This aircraft measures 26.77 meters in length, 6.22 meters in height, and 21.21 meters in wing spread.

There are two General Electric CF34-3B turbofan engines powering the aircraft. It has a top speed of 1,041 km/h and a range of 5,206 km. The cabin of the airplane accommodates 14 people with stylish and comfortable accommodations.

In addition to Haaland, there are other sports celebrities, such as Formula one driver Charles Leclerc, who loves the 9H-ILV Bombardier Challenger 850.

Take a look at some photographs of Haaland’s “flying taxi”:

Aguero names difference between Man City and Champions League opponents Bayern

Sergio Aguero believes Erling Haaland can be the difference when Manchester City and Bayern Munich meet in the Champions League quarterfinals next month, but concedes that his former club will need more to win the tournament this year.

Haaland, who signed for £51m from Borussia Dortmund one year after Aguero’s departure from City, has scored a staggering 42 goals in 37 games for his new club, including 10 in the premier European competition. After spending two and a half years in Germany, the Norway forward is well-versed in Bayern, and Aguero predicts that his impact will be significant.

On the last day of the 2011-2012 Premier League season, Aguero’s goal in the most dramatic of circumstances earned City its first league championship. Before transferring to Barcelona and retiring, he won an additional four Premier League medals and established a club record with 260 goals.

But, similar to his acclaimed teammates during his stay with the club, European honors eluded him as City’s Champions League campaign against Bayern continues. Aguero stated the following on his blog regarding this contest: “They are familiar enough with Haaland to know what he is capable of doing.

“They should not be surprised by any of this. The primary difference is that he is currently a member of a team like City, which has an excellent offensive playing style with a variety of different permutations. Yet, they must figure out how to stop the entire team, not simply Haaland.”

Aguero added: “This was the type of signing that City wanted, a striker with a knack for scoring in the final few yards. But an individual player can never guarantee a championship; it’s all about the team.

Their [City’s] primary advantage is their superb collective play.

By Lylla

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