Erling Braut Haaland could leave Borussia Dortmund during this summer's transfer window if the right opportunity arrives, according to the striker's agent Mino Raiola.
A €75m (£65m) release clause in Haaland's contract will not come into play until next year, but there have been suggestions that the Norway international could be on the move in the upcoming market.
Raiola has revealed that Dortmund are determined to keep hold of the Norwegian, but the agent has refused to rule out an exit for his client, who has scored 37 goals and registered 11 assists in 38 outings at club level this term.
"What we know as of today is that Dortmund spoke extremely solemnly to us and said: 'We are not selling him'. That's the situation, definitely," Raiola told AS. "That's what they've said. Now let's see if that desire is still there through to the 1st of September.
"Today, the official stance of Dortmund is this. But I've got another view, I think that if a good opportunity comes up and everyone would be happy, we'll put it on the table."
Haaland has scored 53 goals in 56 appearances for BVB since arriving from Red Bull Salzburg in January 2020.