Bodø/Glimt attacker Ola Solbakken will likely be on the move in the coming weeks as he remains highly sought after on the transfer market.
The 23 year-old’s contract expires in December and the Norwegian side have no intention of losing him for free, hoping to create a bidding war among interested clubs.
In recent months, Solbakken was heavily linked with a transfer switch to the Italian capital after his agent held talks with Giallorossi executive Tiago Pinto.
However, those discussions still haven’t reached a positive conclusion, resulting in additional clubs coming forward to express their interest in the attacker.
According to SportItalia journalist Gianluigi Longari, both Eintracht Frankfurt and Napoli have made inquiries with Solbakken’s representatives, probing the possibility of a transfer deal.