Mino Raiola acts as an advisor to Erling Haaland and on Friday, the super-agent admitted the Borussia Dortmund star ‘can go to’ Manchester City, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Barcelona.

Sport say the Catalan club are in the final four for the striker, taking Raiola’s comments into account. The newspaper then presents their own information.

It’s claimed Xavi Hernández’s side are ‘in pole’ and have an advantage over the other three clubs mentioned .

The Blaugrana have already taken the first step, with their president Joan Laporta holding a meeting with those who take care of Haaland’s interests.

Real Madrid value the Norway international, but their ‘number one priority’ is to secure Kylian Mbappé’s services. The current PSG star’s contract expires in 2022 and he can arrive at the Bernabéu as a free agent next summer.

Sport points out Los Blancos will have to offer high wages and a heavy signing on bonus to the Frenchman, which would restrict them from making another big signing.

Bayern Munich, meanwhile, are not in favour of paying hefty commission to agents and this factor could rule them out of the race to sign the Norway international.

When talking about the Premier League winners, Sport say Manchester City ‘do not seem to have much interest in Haaland’. The report even points out the public ‘enmity’ between Pep Guardiola and Raiola could be a factor in a potential deal.

In his pre-match press conference, Guardiola appeared to be annoyed when quizzed about Raiola’s comments. The Citizens manager even told journalists “don’t ask me about that [Haaland]. I’m not going to answer”.

Sport’s report suggest Guardiola’s ‘enmity’ with Raiola could force the English champions to stay away from the BVB frontman.