Norwegian youngster Emil Bohinen is reportedly attracting interest from a number of Premier League clubs including Crystal Palace and Burnley, while Scottish giants Glasgow Celtic are also keen, according to a report published by TeamTalk.
The 19-year-old midfielder is the son of former Norwegian football star Lars Bohinen. He has come up the youth development system of Norwegian football giants Stabaek.
Bohinen broke into the first-team of the club towards the end of last year – he is still largely unproven at the highest level but it may be worthwhile for Palace or Celtic to look at offering him a trial sooner rather than later.
If he does turn out to be able to make the grade for a British club, he could potentially save the club that eventually signs him millions in the future.
Celtic will surely be busy in the summer transfer window and the centre of midfield could be an area they look to reinforce, especially as Scott Brown is starting to look his age.
Palace meanwhile will look to boost Roy Hodgson’s squad ahead of next season and landing someone like Bohinen could be a shrewd move.