Norway might not be the ideal place to look for talent, but at the moment it looks a bit more promising.
Erling Braut-Håland is a name to watch. His 9 goals in the U.20 World Cup 12-0 win against Honduras is a highlight, but the former Bryne and Molde youngster, just 18 of age, has scored loads of goals before.
He did the same for Molde last season, which led to a move to RB Salzburg. Håland has not been involved as much as he would have liked in his first months in Austria.The tall forward would be a player that would fit the bill at Leicester. Erling is the son of former Nott For, Leeds and Man City defender Alf Inge Håland.
When Leicester signed Wilfred Ndidi from Ghenk, the Belgian club looked to Norway. Sander Berge, earlier linked with Arsenal and Roma, is one of the most exciting midfielders in the Belgian league.
Brendan Rodgers knows Kristoffer Ajer. Ajer is currently establishing himself in the Celtic team, being part of a great treble winning season.
Iver Fossum, currently playing for Hannover, is one talent to keep an eye on. He has struggled a bit, but his potential is huge.
Martin Ødegaard is of course the big talk, with the Real Madrid player now in great progress. He has this season played for Vitesse and been linked with both Ajax and Bayer Leverkusen for a potential loan move.
Ødegaard is a player who can operate on the flank or in a position just behind “Jamie Vardy”. Ødegaard in a team with Tielemans, Maddison and Vardy would be a dream scenario