Transfer rumours 26/03: Haaland to cost €300m, Real Madrid, Juventus, & PSG in contact with Pogba

Haaland will cost €300m for Man City & Real Madrid
Haaland will cost €300m for Man City & Real Madrid / Matthias Hangst/GettyImages

Some big names could be on the move in the summer transfer window, and we're here to keep you posted on the latest transfer rumours as we build up to what is going to be upcoming months full of speculation.

With that, here are the top transfer rumours of the day.

Haaland to cost €300m

Erling Haaland will reportedly cost Manchester City and Real Madrid €300m this summer, according to Sport1.

The report adds that Barcelona are no longer in the running as they cannot afford the striker. It is claimed that City or Madrid will have to pay €175m over five years as Haaland's salary, and another €40m-€50m as fees to his father Alfie and agent Mino Raiola. There's also his €75m release clause, which could go up to €90m, depending on bonuses.

Real Madrid, Juventus, & PSG in contact with Pogba

Real Madrid, Juventus, and Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly in contact with Paul Pogba over a potential summer move, according to Sky Sports.

Pogba is in the final months of his Manchester United contract and could be on his way out of the club at the end of the season. A number of clubs are interested in signing the Frenchman, including Premier League sides Newcastle and Aston Villa.

Barca won't risk team balance to sign Mbappe and Haaland

Joan Laporta has insisted Barcelona will not risk the team balance or the club's philosophy to sign Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland. Barcelona have been linked to both players, and are reportedly competing with Real Madrid for their signatures.

Laporta told Mundo Deportivo: "Here everyone is free to launch messages and proclamations and we already know that this is part of the world of football, that the big clubs are interested in great players. But I'm not going to enter, and you have to allow me not to talk about players because if I do, the only thing I can do is harm the interests of our club."