BORUSSIA DORTMUND superstar Erling Haaland is now subject to a whopping €365million (£306m) mega transfer to Manchester City.
That is according to Bild, who report that City are looking to splash some serious cash to win the intense bidding war over Haaland's signature this summer.
The star striker is reportedly set to be available for a bargain €75m, which is around £64m, however that could go up to €85m (£71m).
The German publication adds that the Norway international is set for a €200m (£168m) wage bill as well as a €30m (£25m) signing on fee.
Finally, there is the matter of the agent fees and the 21-year-old's representative Mino Raiola is looking at a €50m (£42m) pay day.
The staggering total led to Dortmund's chief advisor and club legend Matthias Sammer claiming that he passed out.
Sammer told Amazon Prime: “The numbers – I had whiplash! I have passed out…"
City pose as favourites to land Haaland in the summer transfer window but Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Juventus have also been linked.
However, SunSport understand the Norwegian talisman is expected to ask for a release clause to be written into his contract if he moves this summer.
Raiola is likely to request a knockdown clause be inserted on his asking price, similar to the current one at Dortmund, if he does move to a new club.