Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admires young players who are passionate and willing to learn.
His Molde FC side that won the Tippeligaen league under Solskjaer's reign, were a young one. This shows the former Manchester United striker's ability to motivate and get the best out of his young prodigies.
Tunbridge Wells-born Jonathan Williams has been targeted by a number of Premier League clubs, with Manchester City apparently looking at he 20-year-old last summer, according to the Daily Star.
Williams has made nine appearances for Crystal Palace this season, having had a key role in their Championship campaign the previous season which saw him start in the play-off final victory against Watford.
The young Wales international has a great eye for a pass and is an excellent dribbler of the ball, making him a useful playmaker.
Solskjaer will be looking to add a player of this style, in his attempts to increase the amount of attacking threat Cardiff bring to their game.
Valued at around £2.5m, it is reported that the Bluebirds will make a bid of around £3m to test Tony Pulis over the youngster, however it is believed that Williams will not want to leave Selhurst Park unless it is to a much larger club - having had interest from Manchester City in the past.
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