Erling Haaland, one of the most popular players in world football, is reportedly set to move to Manchester City in the next transfer window after agreeing personal terms.
The Bundesliga club have long understood that Holland could return to Dortmund for another season with offers from some of the world's biggest clubs.
Real Madrid and PSG have been linked with a move for the Norwegian striker, but Manchester City have been linked with a move away from the club. Recent success and a close personal relationship with the father seem to be the deciding factor.
Top story: HAALAND chooses Manchester City
The Daily Mail reports that Harlan has agreed a 500,000 500,000-a-week deal with Manchester City to become the Premier League's highest paid player of the week.
Under the terms of the deal, Manchester City are expected to make a 5 62.2million (75 75million) move for Hernandez, with a five-year deal expected to be announced next week.
His father, Alf-Inge Haaland, played for Manchester City from 2000-2003 and was "heavily involved in negotiations".
According to Goal, Real Madrid do not want to displease their locker room by signing Harlan as the highest paid player in the world.
Fichajes has revealed that Manchester United midfielder Edinson Cavani has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, with the Blues reportedly keen on Chelsea right-back Risi James.
Liverpool target Serge Gnabry is in talks to extend his contract with Bayern Munich, Goal reports.
The Daily Mail reports that West Ham are hoping to sign Ben Lay goalkeeper Nick Pope, who could leave the club if they are relegated.
CalcioMercato reports that Milan are in the running to sign Arsenal striker Marco Assange from Real Madrid after rejecting his wage demands.