As you can imagine, the Norweigan has been heavily linked with European giants such as Manchester City, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-German - but it is Chelsea that are in the driving seat to secure his sought-after signature.
It's been reported that Haaland's release clause, which becomes active in 2022, is in the region of £68m - but the west London outfit are not keen on waiting until then to make a move for the young prodigy.
Chelsea will, however, have their work cut out with Dortmund notoriously stubborn when it comes to transfer dealings, but a bid of £150m may just twist their arm.
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