Stabæk’s Emil Bohinen is on a week’s trail with Sheffield United until Friday.
This was confirmed by his father, former Nottingham Forest, Blackburn Rovers and Derby County man Lars Bohinen, to the Athletic on Monday.
Two days ago, the 20-year-old gave an interview to Norway’s TV2 and admitted there’s a ‘good dialogue’ with the Blades. The midfielder also opened up about his dream to play in the Premier League.
Stabæk’s sporting director Inge André Olsen and general manager Jon Tunold have travelled to England, according to Norwegian newspaper Budstikka.
Speaking to the publication, Tunold also confirmed their player is undergoing a trial with Chris Wilder’s side. However, he refused to comment on whether his side have received a proposal from Sheffield United for Bohinen.
“He’s in the club to train with them. That’s why we talk to the club and our player,” Tunold explained.
“It’s totally impossible to say. The football world is very unpredictable when it comes to transitions. I cannot comment on whether Emil Bohinen has received a bid.”
With Inge André Olsen and Tunold taking a trip to England, there could be a possibility the deal will be concluded. The player’s contract with the Norwegian side runs until December 2020.