Norway's Erling Haaland has signed for Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund from Red Bull Salzburg.
It's believed the German club paid around €20 million to the Austrian league leaders for the player.
The news reportedly comes as a blow to Manchester United and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Sky Sports news have reported that United met the €20 million asking price but couldn't agree conditions with Red Bull Salzburg over compensation, should the player move on from the club.
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Haaland played under Ole Gunnar Solksjaer during his time at Molde and the Manchester United manager was an admirer of the player - adding to speculation about a potential transfer to the "Red Devils".
Alfie Haaland's son has 28 goals and has seven assists in just 22 games this season for the Austrian champions, and also became the first teenager to score in five successive Champions League games.
19-year-old Haaland will officially join the Germany side on a four-and-a-half-year deal on January 3.
He took to Dortmund's social media channels to express his delight at joining the 1996/97 Champions League winners'.
"Hello BVB fans, Erling Haaland here. I'm looking forward to joining this fantastic club, let's now go and see you next year,' said the Norwegian international.