Man United are known to be one of the host of top flight clubs chasing after the Norwegian who has managed to announce himself as the promising striker in Europe
Haaland leaving Borussia Dortmund is certain now but the issue remains his destination with several clubs in line to battle for his signature.
Having netted 34 league goals in 37 appearances for BVB, Haaalnd has managed to stick to the top of many club’s want list.
The 20-year-old’s representatives had earlier on visited Barcelona and Real Madrid to discuss terms for the future of the Leeds born.
As expected, United alongside Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool are to be the next visit points for Raiola and Haaland’s father.
But following reports from Sun, due to the deteriorated relationship existing between Mino Raiola and Man United, the Red Devils have declined the offer to meet with the agent.
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Raiola is same agent who handles Paul Pogba’s transfer issues and has been forcing for the Frenchman’s division from the Old Trafford side.
But it’s still believed that declining to meet, doesn’t automatically erase Man United from the front page as they will still continue in the pursuit to land the former Salzburg star.
Quizzed about the news of Haaland’s agent and Dad been spotted with clubs in discussion for his former striker’s move, Ole Solskjaer said; ‘I’m focussing on the next two months.
‘There’s only so many places that a player can go to and for us, we want to focus on the ones who are here.
‘I’ve worked with Erling but it’s not right for me to talk about him. I can talk about him as an ex-coach of his but he will make his own mind up.
‘I think the way the world works at the moment, you’d like to do all your business on the quiet and all your talks on the quiet, but there are platforms everywhere, there’s news, the media make that more difficult now.
‘Hopefully, we can suddenly sit here with players that no one has written about! We conduct our recruitment business, our scouting, and the players that we are interested in, we do it the right way I hope and feel.
‘Who we’re interested in and who we can go for and who we will go for, I’m not going to comment on that.’