Erling Haaland’s father Alf-Inge and agent Mino Raiola are reportedly set to travel to England on Friday to hold talks with representatives from four Premier League clubs over a potential summer transfer.
The pair were pictured in Spain on Thursday, and are believed to have held discussions with Barcelona and Real Madrid about a prospective move for the 20-year-old Dortmund star.
But it is thought they plan to explore a number of possibilities for Haaland before making a final decision over where his future could lie.
The player himself is known to be hugely interested in the Premier League, with Haaland having been born in Yorkshire and his dad having played for Nottingham Forest, Leeds and Manchester City.
And according to Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo, Alf-Inge and Raiola will meet with Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and City in London to hear about their visions and to see if they could be a suitable fit for Haaland.
It certainly seems the English sides would be more likely to be able to afford Haaland, with both Madrid and particularly Barcelona known to be in a huge amount of debt.
Dortmund are allegedly not willing to sell their prize asset for anything under £150m, and Haaland is also likely to demand an eye-watering salary for his services which could make him one of the best-paid players in the world.
It is no surprise that the Norwegian international is so in demand following his stunning displays in the Bundesliga and Champions League this season.
Haaland has netted 21 goals in 21 appearances in the league so far this season, while his stats in Europe are arguably even more impressive, with him having scored a sensational ten goals in just six games.
And he will come up against his potential future teammates next week when Dortmund take on City at the Etihad on Tuesday in the first leg of their quarter-final.