Last December, Mino Raiola admitted Erling Haaland ‘can go to’ Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid or Barcelona in the summer.

Since then, various claims across Europe have discussed the aforementioned clubs’ chances of signing the Borussia Dortmund star.

One of the latest reports came from Spain on Wednesday, with Cadena Ser explaining that Los Blancos believe the striker will join the Premier League winners. It was also stated the Citizens are ‘top of the list’ to secure his services.

Earlier that day, AS reported that BVB hope to retain the Norway international for one more season by offering him a lucrative contract extension.

Similar claims were also made elsewhere and Sport, after relaying it, provide their own information on this case.

It’s claimed both Real Madrid and Pep Guardiola’s side have ‘already met’ with the player to present their ‘latest offers’. Barcelona are also in the mix and they hope to make their proposal in March.

Joan Laporta, the Catalan club’s president, has already held talks with Raiola and Haaland’s father and is waiting to table his side’s final proposal. Barca will do everything to convince the frontman, although the 21-year-old will have final say on his future.

Meanwhile, Dortmund chief Hans-Joachim Watzke was quizzed about the player’s future at the club beyond this season.

Watzke gave an interview to RTL/ntv and when asked if the German club can retain Haaland, he said: “I don’t know. That will certainly clear up [during the meeting with Haaland’s camp] in the next few weeks, maybe a month, maybe six weeks.”

“If he leaves, we’ll handle it the way we’ve always done it. We’ll find someone new again.”