Norwich and Wednesday are reportedly two of several clubs in for Ostersunds striker Moduo Barrow SkySports claims. The striker plays in the Swedish leagues and is only 21 years old, last season he contributed eight goals from 15 games for the club and his raw talent has been enough to attract a plethora of clubs to chase his signature.

According to SkySports, Barrow’s agent has admitted that there has been clear interest from England including Premier League clubs regardless of all the Championship interest surrounding him.

Ostersunds FC’s manager Billy Reid has hailed Barrow by telling SkySports “I would stake my reputation on the line by saying that I fully expect Modou to play in the Premier League because I feel he is good enough to play at the highest level,” Reid told Sky Sports.

Wednesday and Norwich are keen to add into their squad before the season begins with both clubs looking to ensure they have all the quality they need and complete a strong amount of attacking options. It is likely that one of these clubs will move for the striker however with Premier League interest, they will have to step up their deals

With only a £1.2 million price tag standing between Ostersunds and a move to England, the fee is likely to be one which attracts many clubs to the talent and could easily see a move take place within the coming weeks.

 


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