Erling Haaland has become one of the most sought after players in world football and many anticipate he'll be on the move next summer.
The Norwegian international has scored 68 goals in all competitions for Dortmund following his arrival in January 2020.
At just 21 years of age, Haaland is one of the most prolific goalscorers in the game and he's certainly caught the attention of clubs across Europe.
Real Madrid, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Manchester City are among the clubs reportedly interested in signing the forward.
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However, Dortmund's CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke is yet to accept Haaland's potential departure and has rubbished claims that their financial situation could mean they need to cash in.
“It's not really decided whether he'll go in the summer. Let's wait and see," Watzke told SPORT1.
“That some experts then say, 'They're listed on the stock exchange, they have to sell them in the summer!' - that's all bull****. This decision as to whether someone has to be sold is only made by our management.
"The key is only with Erling. I have neither confidence nor pessimism.
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"At some point he will play for one of the best clubs in the world anyway, even though he is already playing for one of the best clubs in the world."
Reports from Spain have placed Real Madrid in 'pole position' to land his signature if and when he decides to leave the German club.
Haaland is rumoured to have a £77m release clause that comes into effect next summer but Dortmund will be looking to bank as much as possible from any potential sale.
Liverpool are said to be one of the clubs 'in the race' for the striker, but they face stiff competition from across Europe.