Manchester City youngster Bersant Celina has told the Norwegian media it’s likely he’ll join Bolton Wanderers on loan this summer. The Kosovo international has also been linked with a move to Leeds United, along with Ipswich Town.

Much has been made of Celina’s return to Norway with the Kosovo U21s, given the youngster was brought up in the country. The Manchester City midfielder has spoken to a number of Norwegian news agencies, with many of the questions centred around his future.

Following interest from Bolton, Leeds United, and Ipswich Town, Dagbladet have asked Celina which club in England he’ll be playing for next season. The 18-year-old said he plans to play in the Championship because he thinks he can develop more in the English second tier, and as it stands a move to the Macron Stadium looks on the cards.

“Most likely, Bolton. It’s a much better and tougher league than the Dutch league, with established talent, who are not afraid to be sitting on the bench,” said Celina.

This week Celina informed the Norwegian press he had a choice of going to Leeds United, Bolton Wanderers, or Ipswich Town on loan. The Kosovan spent last season on loan with Dutch Side FC Twente, and Manchester City will again be looking to send him out to get first team experience.