ERLING HAALAND'S agent Mino Raiola has sensationally hinted the Borussia Dortmund star has made a decision regarding a summer transfer.

The Norwegian striker, 21, is one of the hottest properties in world football.

Manchester United and Chelsea are just two European giants linked with a move, as well as Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona.

It's widely believed Haaland has a £63million release clause in his contract which will no doubt spark a bidding war in 2022.

The Leeds-born forward is even more likely to leave Dortmund next year after the Bundesliga giants failed to make it out of their Champions League group – instead dropping into the Europa League.

And now agent Raiola has confessed to having 'clear ideas' over Haaland's future after 'two years' of consideration.

Raiola told Sport 1: "We have been thinking for two years.

"We have clear ideas of where Haaland should go. We are not influenced by the market.

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"We can influence [things] with a player like Haaland.

"It's really a second game parallel to football… two days of matches and five of rumours."

Raiola even name-dropped a few potential clubs – but refused to name Chelsea or United.

He continued: "He will take the next step. Bayern, Real, Barca, City – these are the big clubs he can go to.

"When? Maybe this summer, maybe next. But there is a big chance he‘ll leave this summer.”

Raiola continued by slating Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc – admitting he is always willing to 'go to war' for his clients.

The agent claimed: "I had a very bad relationship with Zorc – but now they respect me.

"I love to argue, despite not being a man in a suit and tie. I am fat and short.

"I can go to war for my players. I don't use weapons, in any case.

"Money doesn't drive me, but always dignity and ambition."

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