Swedish goalkeeper Viktor Noring is still attracting interest from the Premier League after his agent confirmed a contract extension with his current club is off the cards.
The 20-year-old Trelleborgs shot-stopper was close to agreeing a switch to Fulham during the January transfer window but a deal never materialised.
Noring will soon be available for a free transfer and his agent Martin Klette has revealed he will not be staying in Sweden.
On interest from abroad, Klette told Fotballdirekt: "It's another Premier League club.
"Contact was made with this club in December through our partners in England.
"The clubs had more contact by the end of January but there was little time to finish anything then.
"Viktor is open for most clubs in the highest division in England and Italy that have a good squad and reasonable competition on the goalkeeping side."
On why the young Sweden Under 21 international will not be committing to Trelleborgs, Klette added: "It's primarily due to irritation from Viktor and me as the club have been in the media saying things."