Two months ago, Mino Raiola admitted Erling Haaland “can go to” Manchester City, Real Madrid, Barcelona or Bayern Munich in the summer.

Since then, there have been numerous reports in Germany and Spain discussing the Citizens’ plans for the Borussia Dortmund star.

The striker reportedly has a €75m release clause, which will come into effect after the end of this season. Bild reported in December the English champions are ready to trigger his clause in the next window.

On January 14th, AS explained Pep Guardiola has ‘asked’ City to make a ‘definitive effort’ to bring the Norway international to the Etihad.

Haaland is on the front page of today’s Mundo Deportivo, with the focus being on Barca’s chances of landing him. Another report from the same newspaper explains the Catalan club will face competition from the Premier League winners and Paris Saint-Germain.

The report says Guardiola’s side are ‘another great opponent’ of Barcelona to take Haaland away from BVB.

The player’s father, Alf-Inge Håland, represented the Citizens between 2000 and 2003. Mundo mention this, without explaining whether it will have any bearing on Haaland, when making a decision on his future.

Haaland is a ‘priority’ target for Barca and they will face competition from the Manchester club since Guardiola has ‘asked’ City to sign the attacker.  PSG will also be in the picture to sign the goalscoring frontman.