Erling Haaland has admitted to having 'big dreams' as he discussed his potential transfer plans.
The prolific striker has been linked with a big-money move away from Borussia Dortmund all season as he continues to impress in the Bundesliga.
Haaland has scored 41 goals and provided 12 assists in all competitions this campaign, helping his side to the DFB Pokal as well as Champions League qualification.
Should the German side have missed out on top four place, the 20-year-old was expected to head for the exit doors.
With European football now secured, Haaland has delivered the latest update on his future.
"Borussia Dortmund say I’m 100% staying this summer? I’ve a contract with BVB so I’ll be respectful.
"Champions League spot secured was so important to me, I want to play UCL football. And I’ve big dreams," he told Norwegian journalist Jan Aage Fjortoft.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Real Madrid are among the clubs to have been listed as potential destinations for the talented youngster.
Haaland's agent Mino Raiola held talks with Barcelona and Real Madrid earlier this year as he attempted to speed up negotiations between clubs.
But Raiola admitted last month that even he struggles to see a deal being approved due to Dortmund not wanting to lose their star man.
"I can confirm that I've been in Dortmund. Michael Zorc – Dortmund's sporting director – made very clear that they don't want to sell Erling. I respect it but it doesn't mean that I agree. There is no war between me and Dortmund," he told Sport1.
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