The 20-year-old striker is the most sought after attacker in football at the moment and some of the biggest clubs in Europe are interested in snaring him away from Dortmund.


With Dortmund struggling to make it to next season’s Champions League, there are suggestions that Haaland could leave the club this summer.



Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid are considering making a move for the young striker in the coming months.


Dortmund are insistent that Haaland will stay at the club next season, but Terzic moved away from talking about the forward’s future at the Westfalenstadion.



He stressed that his job is to get the best out of the striker and not speculation about the money he could fetch Dortmund.


Terzic said in a press conference: “To put a price tag on him is not my job.



“I know there are a lot of rumours around him.


“My job is to get the best out of him.”


A €75m release clause will come into effect in Haaland’s contract next year if he stays at Dortmund beyond the end of the next transfer window.