English Premier League side Norwich City are planning to hand Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris a two-week trial before shipping the Hacken hot-shot to the Carrow Road in January.
The Canaries want to improve their strikeforce in the January transfer window and have earmarked the 21-year-old who has netted 20 times in all competition for BK Hacken in Sweden.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton wants to further assess the qualities of the striker who has three Ghana caps at the Colney Training Centre before handing him a deal.
Several stellar European clubs including Hamburg SV and Everton have been following the exploits of the former Right to Dream Academy graduate and Norwich could face stiffer competition to land him.
Hacken reportedly rejected offers from Catania and Saint Etienne before the transfer window closed in the last day of August.