With Norwegian manager Ronny Deila picked to take over from Neil Lennon as manager of Scottish champions Celtic, it is only natural that some of the players from his former club Strømsgodset might be linked with a similar move as he will be looking for players he trusts and that fit his playing style and mentality.
One of the main names that could be a potential candidate is Norwegian right-back Lars Christopher Vilsvik.
The 25-year-old has been with Godset since 2010 and has been one of Deila's most trusted players, featuring in over 100 games for the defending Norwegian champions.
He has also been capped four times for his country. He is an attacking full-back that fits Deila's philosophy well and can be a good man coming forwarding to supply assists to the forwards.
Another potential candidate is Martin Ødegaard. A youngster aged only 15, hewas given his Norwegian Premier League debut this year by Deila. He is regarded as an extremely talented player and had short training spells with Bayern Munich and Manchester United.
He is also the youngest ever goalscorer in the Norwegian league. He is a technically skilled midfielder capable of both creating chances and scoring goals.
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