Stabæk’s Emil Bohinen is undergoing a week’s trial at Sheffield United and this has been confirmed by his father Lars Bohinen and the midfielder himself.
There have been claims of Brighton & Hove Albion’s interest in the 20-year-old, but he refused to comment on it.
Stabæk’s sporting director Inge André Olsen and general manager Jon Tunold took a trip to England and if reports are to be believed, they met with the Blades and Leeds United.
According to Norwegian newspaper Budstikka, Stabæk’s chiefs ‘talked’ to Chris Wilder’s side and the Championship club.
It’s claimed Inge André Olsen and Tunold are in the country to sell their players to English clubs. Apart from Sheffield United, the report only states the two had ‘meetings’ with Leeds United… no other sides are mentioned.
With Bohinen already undergoing a trial at Bramall Lane, Budstikka asked Tunold if the Whites are in talks with Stabæk for the midfielder.
Tunold said: “I don’t want to comment. But there is interest in several of our players.”