If Arsenal, Manchester United or Chelsea are to sign Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke then they will have to offer a £150,000-a-week deal to the striker, the Daily Star reports.
The Belgian has been heavily linked with a move away from Villa Park with Liverpool showing interest but the Belgian is not interested in playing the Europa League next season.
And Villa boss Tim Sherwood admits the player will probably leave if an important offer is received.
"There's a buyout clause in his contract so it will be impossible for us to stop him if he wants to go," Sherwood is quoted as saying by The Guardian.
"Someone's got to meet that buyout clause and if they don't it won't be considered because we don't want to lose him.
"We're building up to a European Championship, which is a huge stage for Christian, and a tournament where you feel that Belgium will be one of the favourites to win it.
"By playing for Aston Villa it hasn't hindered him being the first choice for Belgium up to now.
"If he were to stay here and score at the ratio that he has since I took over, and ends up with 20 or 30 goals next season and then has a good Euros, he is probably playing for Real Madrid [in 2016].
"Christian could go to the best club in the world if he scores 30 goals next season. He could be that good."