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Seven footballers that have tried rapping from Erling Haaland to Memphis Depay

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Erling Haaland has dominated the headlines this week after sealing his £51million switch to Manchester City - but the Norwegian hotshot is bringing more than just his goalscoring ability to the Premier League.The 21-year-old is one of a host of big-name players who have swapped their football boots for the recording booth and tried their hand at rapping.

Admittedly, some have been more successful than others, including one or two familiar names who have even managed to churn out quite a few tracks.From Manchester City's new main man to a striker who lifted the Premier League and the Champions League with Manchester United, Daily Star Sport takes a look at seven footballers who have tried to rap over the years...Haaland has made headlines with his big-bucks move to City this week, but the Norwegian prodigy is one of a string of high-profile stars who have tried their hand at spitting some lyrics.When he was 16, Haaland teamed up with Erik Botheim and Erik Tobias Sandberg - two of his former Norway U19 team-mates - to release a cringey rap video on their YouTube channel.

The trio dubbed themselves as Flow Kingz - but there wasn't much flow on show.Unsurprisingly, Haaland decided to stick with his day job, telling FourFourTwo, via Fotmob: "We had a long day and nothing to do and then we decided to make a rap video.

I think I'm much better at football, but my rap skills? They're not that bad." During his time at Manchester United, Lukaku swapped goalhanging for the recording booth when he teamed up with Belgian rapper TheColorGrey.

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