Erling Haaland is not coming to the Premier League in 2022 - at least not if the bookies are to be believed.
Borussia Dortmund opted to keep hold of Haaland last summer despite having the chance to sell him for around £100million. It means they can now only pocket £64million for the striker, who has just recently returned from a lengthy injury lay-off, due to a clause in his contract.
A host of teams are set to fight for his signature, but as of yet there have been few indications regarding his preferred destination.
However, reports indicate that Real Madrid are now firm favourites to capture the Scandinavian superstar and are rated at 5/2 to land him. It could cap a remarkable 2022 for the La Liga side who are also setting their sights on acquiring Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe.
But could PSG secure Haaland as Mbappe's replacement? As it stands, he is priced at 7/2 to end up in the French capital.
Bayern Munich are understood to be in the market for Haaland too, and he could very well be the long-term replacement for Robert Lewandowski - who himself arrived in Munich from Dortmund. The current odds sit at 5/1 for him to remain in the Bundesliga.
Manchester City were long considered favourites along with fellow Premier League giants Chelsea. However, they are not seen as the most likeliest of destinations, with bookies listing the former at 4/1 and the latter at 7/1.
Manchester United tried to sign Haaland before he arrived in Germany, and have been linked again this season. But, with Ronaldo spearheading their attack, and far more important positions to fill, they are seen as outsiders at 10/1 to land him.