Swedish side IFK Norrköping have confirmed that Wolverhampton Wanderers youngsters Keto Diyawa and James Storer are set to arriver.

In a statement issued on IFK Norrköping’s official website, they say the Wolves young duo will train with the Swedish club this week.

It’s claimed Wolves’ officials, Steve Davis and Hanspeter Seroner, are also travelling and are set to be present in Sweden at the start of this week.

The Premier League side and IFK Norrköping have been in talks for a partnership. This has been revealed by the latter’s director, Michael Sturehed, who adds the arrival of Keto Diyawa and James Storer is the initial step towards possible future transfers between the two clubs.

“For some time, there has been a discussion about a possible future collaboration with Wolverhampton and this is the first step between the associations to get to know each other more closely,” he told the club’s official website.

Keto Diyawa was promoted to Wolves U21 squad in 2022. He’s a 20-year-old left-back and has been a regular for in the Premier League 2 this season.

Meanwhile, 19-year-old goalkeeper James Storer made his way into Wolves U21 side last summer and has made 11 Premier League 2 appearances this season.

Neither have made an appearance for Wolves’ first team yet and will be training with IFK Norrköping this week. This could open the door for a future transfer, at least on loan, to the Swedish club.