Raiola discusses Haaland move with La Liga giants
Super-agent Mino Raiola has met with representatives of both Real Madrid and Barcelona to discuss a potential summer move for Erling Braut Haaland, according to Spanish football expert Guillem Balague in a report via the BBC.
Balague claims that Raiola was accompanied by Haaland's father, Alf Inge, as the two were filmed arriving in Barcelona together - something which Balague says wasn't by accident.
"It doesn't look bad to be caught in Barcelona talking to Barcelona because, of course, there is an auction for the player," Balague said.
"We have already heard from Mino Raiola that perhaps he thought it was a good idea to stay at Borussia Dortmund for a few years, but possibly already Haaland is in a position to move to a bigger club."
The 20-year-old has a reported €150m price tag placed on him by Borussia Dortmund and, while they aren't wanting to sell, a move could still be possible.
Chelsea join race for Aguero, with the striker 'determined' to stay in England
Aguero, who will have a statue erected of him at the Etihad after his decade-long spell at Manchester City, is not short of options for his next move as he becomes a high-profile free agent in the summer, with the Mail claiming he still believes he has a lot to offer the English game.
Kane 'to remain a Spurs player' next season
With the 27-year-old naturally wanting to win the trophies his talent deserves, the England captain may still have to remain at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as the club reportedly do not want to sell him to another Premier League club.
Spurs' asking price for their talisman is a reported £175million, so if any of Europe's elite clubs do not meet that valuation, Kane will still be a Tottenham player come the start of next season.
English clubs still lead the odds on a Kane summer move, however, with Manchester City priced at 11/4 to bring him to the Etihad to replace Sergio Aguero. A move to Manchester United is priced at 10/1, with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain available at 14/1 and 16/1 respectively.