Where next for Erling Haaland? Man City, Chelsea, PSG...
The 21-year-old striker looks set to be at the centre of one of the biggest transfer sagas of the season, and everyone appears to want a piece.
Then just when we thought it was all done and dusted Ronaldo popped up and returned to Old Trafford. Everyone seemed to temporarily forget about Erling Haaland...for at least ten minutes.
However, with the new Bundesliga season now underway, Haaland wasted no time in showing why he is considered such hot property in the transfer market. He already has seven goals in just five games, including another brace in Sunday's 4-2 win over Union Berlin.
Understandably, Haaland's name is back among the headlines after this amazing start to the season, but with almost all of Europe's powerhouses linked with a move, who is leading the way?
Spurs chief Daniel Levy won the 'battle of Harry Kane' over the summer, leaving Pep Guardiola without a marque striker to lead his Manchester City side.
City now lead the betting for his signature. His Dad also played for them too...no one ever mentions that do they? Quiet at the back Leeds fans, you'll get your turn.
Whether Haaland wants to join a team bursting with so much talent that one day the egos will explode in a horrific Mount Vesuvius style eruption is another thing...think I'd rather join Leeds.
It seems as though whenever one of Borussia Dortmund's stars are up for grabs, Bayern Munich are never far from the conversation.
Robert Lewandowski, Mats Hummels and Mario Gotze all made the switch from Dortmund to Bayern at some point in their careers, leaving poor Marco Reus to simply watch on as his former teammates dominated the Bundesliga.
Still not a Premier League club, but when Real Madrid comes calling for any player, it's often hard to turn them down.
The Los Blancos side is quickly ageing and is in need of a youthful star as their next galactico signing. It seems almost certain that one of Kylian Mbappe or Haaland will end up at the Bernabeu next season.
With 33-year-old Karim Benzema entering his twilight years, Madrid are in desperate need of a new star striker, and Haaland certainly fits the bill.
Hang on. I know what you're thinking, but Haaland has continuously spoken publicly about his adoration of Leeds United.
Now back in the Premier League, Marcelo Bielsa's side performed remarkably last season, eventually finishing in ninth after a strong end to the season.
To add further fuel to the fire, while on international duty, Haaland's Norway faced a Northern Ireland side which included Leeds' Stuart Dallas.
Haaland scored a brace as his side won 5-1, but following the final whistle, he went and asked Dallas for his shirt before reciting the Leeds anthem 'Marching on together' as they swapped.