Erling Haaland’s next move is being prepared as his management agent Mino Raiola admits that he has “clear ideas” about where the starlet will be playing his football next year.
Borussia Dortmund is allegedly open for bids from the likes of Man City, Man Utd and Real Madrid.
However, other clubs have joined the bid and are keen on signing the Norwegian, who is tipped to be one of the game’s leading stars for the next decade.
Manchester United were heavily linked with Haaland before he moved to the Bundesliga.
Their neighbours Manchester City are also touted as a possible destination, with Pep Guardiola still without a marquee striker.
Real Madrid too have been linked as have cash-strapped Barcelona.
A release clause in Haaland’s contract is seen as common knowledge nowadays and Raiola has been planning his client’s next move.
“We have been thinking about his future for two years,” Raiola told SPORT1. “We have clear ideas about where he should go and, of course, we look at what the market will offer.
“With a player like him, we can influence the market, we will not be influenced.
“I changed the transfer market and today we agents have created a new game alongside football: the transfer market. Today two days a week we talk about football, in the other five about the transfer market.”
At Dortmund Haaland has continued to produce incredible numbers, scoring 74 times in 72 games.