Following Manchester United's remarkable feat of winning the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the UEFA Champions League in 1999, no English club have been able to match that but Manchester City are two final wins away from smashing the record.
Haaland who has been a crucial player for the Premier League champions is aiming to play his heart out in those two games to make the dream a reality.
“It would be unreal to make this history,” said 22-year-old Haaland.
“This is why they bought me of course, to get this, we don't have to hide that,” Haaland told BBC sports editor Dan Roan.
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“It would mean everything. I will do everything I possibly can to try to make it happen. It's my biggest dream and hopefully, dreams do come true.”
He added: “But as well it's not easy – it's two finals against two good teams that will do everything they can to try to destroy that.
“They will be motivated, they will be ready and we have to play at our best because if we play at our best we have a really good chance of achieving exactly that.”
The FA Cup final will come off on Saturday, June 3 at Wembley Stadium while the Champions League final follows a week later.