Hundreds of cars line the car park at Manchester City's training ground and one sticks out in particular - a Rolls Royce. It belongs to Erling Haaland. There is nothing unusual about top footballers owning luxury cars, but Haaland's motor is different to most - according to legend, it contains a cooking stove.
Even when he is on the move, Haaland wants to be able to eat top-quality food. His love for cooking was plain to see when, during City's Premier League title celebrations last month at a high-end restaurant in the centre of Manchester, the striker, wearing silk pyjamas, went into the kitchen to grill his own steaks, leaving the chefs with their jaws on the floor.
Haaland has been described as a freak of nature, but while he is blessed with the ideal genetics - a footballer father and a heptathlete mother - his phenomenal physical condition is not down to chance.
From his diet to his sleep pattern through to his post-match massage routine, Haaland's daily regime is meticulously planned and a key reason why he has scored a stunning 52 goals this season in 52 games, firing City to the Premier League title, the FA Cup and the Champions League final.