Albert Braut Tjaaland is making a name for himself at Norwegian side Molde, just like his cousin Erling did a few years ago.
The 17-year-old, who has scored a total of 64 goals in 37 games for Molde's youth side, is a Liverpool fan.
Asked whether he would like to play in the Premier League, Albert replied: "Of course I want to play in the best league in the world, my favourite team is Liverpool."
Interestingly enough, both Haaland cousins appear to be on the same career path, starting their journeys at Bryne before joining Molde.
'Zidane will not be our manager'. Real Madrid presidential candidate announces his dream coach and plans for future
Zinedine Zidane won't be Real Madrid's manager next season - at least not if presidential candidate Enrique Riquelme can have his way.
"Zidane won't be our manager. We are looking for another profile. A name that I really like is Jurgen Klopp," he told COPE.
Florentino Perez might not remain in post much longer after he's suddenly called for new elections last week, on April 1, to be precise - many even assumed it might be a joke by the official's website. However, it does look a serious development and not someone's prank after all.
'He told me word for word'. Referee reveals 'racist' words that made whole Valencia team leave the pitch
"In the 29th minute, I interrupted the match," David Medie, the referee of the infamous Valencia vs Cadiz game, wrote in his match report as quoted by Marca.
"Diakhaby, after being shown a yellow card for arguing with an opponent, told me word for word 'he called me shitty black', in reference to player No.16 of Cadiz, Juan Torres Ruiz."
Spanish football has been rocked by a racism scandal that took place in the Valencia vs Cadiz game last Sunday.
Valencia stopped playing and left the pitch after Mouctar Diakhaby was allegedly insulted by the Cadiz player.
However, Los Che returned to the pitch, and the club stated they were threatened with sanctions if they decided against resuming the game.