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Norwegian TV2 claims scouts from Aston Villa and Bayern Munchen was at Brann Stadion this weekend, to have a look at Norwegian talent Valon Berisha.

He's a 19 year old midfielder/attacker, who has already had 4 caps for Norway. Other than that I don't know much about him really.

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right idea though, scouting young foreign talents, that's where we need to do our shopping. Whether this guy is good enough, smeg knows, never heard of him until now mind.

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He would be very reasonable. Can't imagine any player in the Norwegian league having a price tag that really matters. Not commenting on the player though, haven't seen him.

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He was very good last year, carrying the Viking team at the age of 19. Has not started the same way this year, and was dire on monday. He is a great talent though, and i guess we could buy him for around £ 1 mill.

A very attacking minded midfielder with a great pass on him and has a good shot aswell. Not as fast as Gabby, but has got reasonable speed. Is not ready for the first team here, but it is these kind of players we need to be scouting. Could be a success heere in a couple of years if we sign him.

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Well he does have a history of looking at obscure leagues for players. Beausejour and Benitez came out of Mexico, so it's probably his scouts.

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Something worth noting, Ole's agent is Jim Solbakken, who also happens to represent Valen Berisha.

Seems like a move for Ole has been on the cards for a while?!?

Good point.

And with Solskjær as manager, Berisha would be closer. Hopefully, babyface can pull in a bit more stars as necessary to get this team going again.

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Think if we get OGS, we will get alot of promising Norwegian wonderkids! happy days.

Don't think there are too many of those........

Wonderkids, depending on your definition, are not likely to be found in norwegian football.

There are a handful of decent players every generation though, and Solskjaer's insight should put Villa in pole position

- although as will Solbakken at Wolves.

At the moment there's a bit of a new generation coming through for Norway,

and most will be very cheap. A matter of spotting whether they are the real deal or not.

Valon Berisha (his brother Veton as well)

Even Hovland

Magnus Wolff Eikrem (Several years in the Man Utd academy)

Harmeet Singh

Markus Henriksen

Vegar Eggen Hedenstad

Thomas Drage

Tarik Elyounoussi (already flopped at young age in dutch football though)

Havard Nielsen

Already in the bundesliga you'll find former Arsenal youth Havard Nordtveit (Borussia Monchengladbach) who'll be the back bone for the national team the coming ten years at least - and he has talked about moving back to England, being followed by Liverpool among others.

Also Man Utd's academy player of the year is a short skillful norwegian named Mads Moller Daehli, who has the coaches in norway salivating.

Not more talent in Norway than other countries,

in fact very likely less,

but there are some and it's a bit untapped at the moment.

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Not good enough for Villa or the Premier League yet. Apart from a few good matches hes yet to dominate the norwegian league.

Norwegian media tend to blow things up if foriegn scouts are spotted, probably nothing in it.

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Think if we get OGS, we will get alot of promising Norwegian wonderkids! happy days.

Don't think there are too many of those........

Wonderkids, depending on your definition, are not likely to be found in norwegian football.

There are a handful of decent players every generation though, and Solskjaer's insight should put Villa in pole position

- although as will Solbakken at Wolves.

At the moment there's a bit of a new generation coming through for Norway,

and most will be very cheap. A matter of spotting whether they are the real deal or not.

Valon Berisha (his brother Veton as well)

Even Hovland

Magnus Wolff Eikrem (Several years in the Man Utd academy)

Harmeet Singh

Markus Henriksen

Vegar Eggen Hedenstad

Thomas Drage

Tarik Elyounoussi (already flopped at young age in dutch football though)

Havard Nielsen

Already in the bundesliga you'll find former Arsenal youth Havard Nordtveit (Borussia Monchengladbach) who'll be the back bone for the national team the coming ten years at least - and he has talked about moving back to England, being followed by Liverpool among others.

Also Man Utd's academy player of the year is a short skillful norwegian named Mads Moller Daehli, who has the coaches in norway salivating.

Not more talent in Norway than other countries,

in fact very likely less,

but there are some and it's a bit untapped at the moment.

Thanks for the list....what about jo Inge Berget, heard his name somewhere....on a side note doesn't he play at molde?

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