ERLING HAALAND could be set to double his wages at Borussia Dortmund as the Bundesliga outfit fight to keep him at Signal Iduna Park.
The 21-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away BVB in 2022 with the striker boasting a £64million release clause in his contract.
Manchester United and Chelsea are just two Premier League clubs known to be interested in the Norway international.
And Manchester City are also understood to be keeping tabs on the ex-Red Bull Salzburg centre-forward as a replacement for Sergio Aguero.
Meanwhile LaLiga giants Real Madrid are claimed to be one of the leading frontrunners to secure his services.
But potential suitors have been warned that any deal could cost as much as £250m after wages and agent fees.
Dortmund remain desperate to keep Haaland in Germany, with the player scoring 70 goals in 69 games since his arrival midway through the 2019-20 season.
He already has 13 strikes to his name from ten outings this term, while also banging in five for Norway during the September international break.
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Such is their desire to avoid selling him, BVB are prepared to doubles his wages, according to Bild via Inside Futbol.
It has been stated that Dortmund are willing to offer him £15million-a-season to convince him to stay.
Though they are aware that they have their work cut out to persuade Haaland that his future lies at the club.
Haaland is currently recovering from a hip injury that could keep him out of action until the New Year.
Commenting on his niggle, his dad Alf Inge told Norwegian news outlet TV 2: “He's doing relatively well considering the situation, but he'll be out for a little while.
“It would be a bonus if he gets some games before Christmas, but it's rather unlikely.”
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