Cardiff City target Orjan Nyland has admitted it would be very difficult to turn down an offer from the Bluebirds, according to Sky Sports.
The opportunity to work with former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Premier League has certainly got the attention of the young goalkeeper, despite there having been no formal approach.
"Cardiff in the Premier League. I do not really need to say more than that," Nyland said, speaking to Romsdals Budstikka.
"But I have not heard anything about it in any case. As far as I know it's just rumours."
Cardiff are said to be closing in on two of Solskjaer's former Molde players and teammates of Nyland, Magnus Wolff Eikrem (now playing for Heerenveen) and Mats Moller Daehli.
The Norwegian boss seems to be bringing in players he knows well and has worked with before to stabilise Cardiff City and ensure their Premier League survival.
Nyland has played 20 times for the Danish champions this term and has an International cap for his native Norway to his name.
The former Idrottslaget Hødd picked up his first cap for the Norwegian national team at the end of November against Scotland at Molde's stadium.
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