Bristol City striker Gustav Engvall is set to join IFK Goteborg, according to the Bristol Post.
The 21-year-old is expected to join his former side on a loan deal. He joined the Robins in 2016 from the Allsvenskan side and is going to return there.
He has struggled to make an impact since moving to Ashton Gate and his chances have been hard to come by. He has only played nine times for Bristol City since his move.
He has recently been on loan at Djurgårdens in Sweden and scored 8 goals for them in 25 appearances. Engvall is a proven goalscorer in the Swedish first tier and will be a shrewd loan signing by IFK Goteborg.
The 6ft 1inc striker started his career at Färjestadens, who play their football in the third division of Sweden. He broke into their first-team in 2010 and was later snapped up by Goteborg in 2012.
Engvall played 84 times for Goteborg in his four seasons at the club, prior to moving to Bristol City. He scored 21 goals in his first spell at the club and will be hoping to add some more for them in his proposed loan move.
There is no doubt that Engvall has got potential. He has already been capped by Sweden on two occasions and Bristol City fans will think they have not seen the best of him yet.