ERLING HAALAND’S agent has hinted the Manchester City goal machine’s contract contains a transfer clause “other clubs don’t know about”.
Rafaela Pimenta further heightened speculation by stressing the Norwegian is the “master of his own destiny”.
She claimed only Haaland, his dad, City and herself know of the clause.
Her revelation comes after she pointed out his future was flexible.
Haaland’s father Alf-Inge has also said: “Erling wants to test out his capabilities in every league.”
Pimenta told Spanish website Relevo: “Clauses into his contract? It’s only Man City, Erling, his father and me knowing the details of the contract.
“Other clubs don’t know anything about that. No one.”
This season the £64million striker, 23, has maintained the extraordinary goalscoring form he showed in his debut term for City.
After netting 52 times in 53 games on the way to the Treble, the former Borussia Dortmund hero has already hit 17 goals this campaign.
And far from quelling transfer talk, Pimenta has said: “Erling is the master of own destiny, always.
“He will always do what’s good for him and for Man City.
“When they all are open to make a change, it will happen.”
But she added: “Erling will always be respectful. For sure respect has to be on both club and player side. I’ve no doubts, Man City will respect him.
“If something has to happen one day, we will agree on every step together with the club.”