Erling Haaland has scored 33 goals in 31 matches for Borussia Dortmund this season and his prolific form has seen him linked with a move to top European clubs.

Manchester United are in the shortlist of suitors as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows the striker first hand, having previously managed him at Molde.

Norway will take on Gibraltar in the World Cup qualifiers later today.

Ahead of the clash between the two countries, Spanish newspaper AS has a short report stating Norway will ‘go all out’ with Haaland and Martin Ødegaard.

With regards to the BVB star, the report states the 20-year-old ‘dazzles’ with his impressive performances and the Norway international is ‘wanted’ by the Red Devils, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona.

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AS only provide additional information on Manchester United by stating Solskjaer ‘keeps calling’ Haaland to ‘recruit’ his compatriot.  The English club’s manager has already started his work to convince Haaland to join the Old Trafford club.

The Dortmund attacker spoke to his country’s media on Tuesday, where he refused to discuss the recent rumours.

However, Haaland made it clear any club must be really keen to acquire his services, for him to consider joining them in the future.