With Erling Haaland heavily linked with potential moves to FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, how much money per year the Norway international is asking for has now been reportedly revealed.
Much speculation has seen the Borussia Dortmund striker being strongly linked with a transfer to some of Europe's biggest clubs ahead of next season.
Among them are Spanish giants Barcelona and Los Blancos, who appear to have already held talks with the young superstar's representatives.
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According to Goal, however, the two Spanish sides might be put off by Haaland's hefty salary demands, which is said to be €35 million (R597 million) a year.
With Dortmund in danger of not qualifying for the UEFA Champions League ahead of next season, many believe the striker will seek a move in the coming window.
Manchester City and Manchester United are also credited with an interest in the former Red Bull Salzburg player, who has scored 33 goals and assisted a further 10 strikes in 35 matches for BVB so far in this campaign.
Overall, Haaland is one goal away from bringing up a half century of strikes for Dortmund.