Borussia Dortmund manager Marco Rose has confirmed 'everything is on the table' in regards to Erling Haaland's future.
Haaland is set to be one of the most in-demand players in recent memory this summer, with the free-scoring striker believed to have a €75m release clause that becomes active at the end of the season.
The Norwegian is already among the best strikers in the world, despite being just 21 years old. He has netted a staggering 16 goals in just 14 Bundesliga matches this season, having also managed three strikes in as many games in the Champions League.
The queue for Haaland will be lengthy in the summer with Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona the current favourites to land him.
However, there has been talk that the forward could end up remaining at Dortmund beyond the end of this season, something Rose hinted at during a recent interview with Bild.
"With Erling, everything is on the table internally - everyone is honest with each other. Haaland will make a decision at some point - the club will prepare well for it," he said.
Back in January Haaland opened up about the club 'pressuring' him to make a decision over his future, comments he has since rowed back on somewhat after CEO Michael Zorc described those claims as 'bulls***'.
Elsewhere, Dortmund have agreed a deal to sign Niklas Sule from Bayern Munich in the summer. Sule had been an option for Chelsea but the colossal defender is believed to have been enthused by the project at BVB.
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