FC Rostov’s Mathias Normann has emerged as a target for Southampton and Burnley.
That’s what VG are reporting about the 24-year-old and also explain Fulham came forward to acquire his services in the last window
Louis Bell, the midfielder’s agent, revealed in October the Russian side blocked his client from joining the Cottagers.
VG states the Norway international has already confirmed his desire to leave in the winter market, but things haven’t been going smoothly since his failure to get a move away from Rostov in the summer.
An injury kept him on the sidelines for a month, before returning to action on November 22nd.
However, that hasn’t stopped him from drawing attention from elsewhere. From the Premier League, Southampton, Burnley and Fulham have ‘shown interest’ in Normann.
VG adds Normann’s next destination is likelier to be a top Russian club.
CSKA Moscow, Zenit St. Petersburg, FC Krasnodar and Spartak Moscow have interest and finances to attract the Norwegian to join them.