Representatives of Borussia Dortmund star Erling Braut Haaland are set to fly to London tomorrow for talks with Premier League clubs including Liverpool, according to reports.
Agent Mino Raiola and Haaland's father, Alf-Inge, were in Spain today for talks with Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Representatives of the Norweigan were spotted in Catalonia ahead of talks with recently appointed Barcelona sporting director Joan Laporta.
Mundo Deportivo reports that the pair will fly to the English capital on Friday to hold talks with a host of Premier League clubs.
Liverpool have been named as one of them, with Chelsea and the two Manchester sides due to hold talks.
It has been reported that the 20-year-old would cost in excess of €150million.
This season, he has scored 10 goals in the Champions League, making him the top goalscorer as Dortmund face Manchester City in the quarter-finals.
A tie that could see Haaland potentially knock out his next destination to book a place in the semi-finals.
His brace before the international break in a 2-2 draw with FC Köln took his tally to 21 goals in as many games in the German First Division.
The Premier League champions have struggled in their title defence, a torrid January saw the Reds fail to score and lose their four-year unbeaten run at Anfield.
Mohamed Salah has continued his formidable form for Liverpool, his ability to find the back of the net sees the Egyptian at the summit of the goalscorers chart, tied with Tottenham's Harry Kane.
However, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino have come under fire in recent weeks with their failings in front of goals.
The Brazilian in particular has fallen under the spotlight with his barren run in front of goal, a dry patch that has resulted in fans calling for reinforcements in the summer.
Many have mooted for the arrival of the Dortmund striker or France forward Kylian Mbappe.
Haaland's release clause is set to become active in the summer of 2022, which could see the highly-rated striker pried away from the Westfalenstadion for €75million.