Cardiff City are reportedly closing in on the capture of a third Norwegian signing this month in the shape of Jo Inge Berget.
Cardiff have already snapped up Magnus Wolff Eikrem and Mats Moller Daehli this month, and Berget could now follow his compatriots to the club.
Berget, 23, has confirmed he will not be signing a new deal at Molde - the former club of new Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and where he also played with Eikrem and Moller Daehli.
Indeed, the forward was taken to Molde by Solskjaer, who is now seemingly closing in on taking him to south Wales.
Norway's TV2 claims that Berget has flown to Wales, where he will undergo a medical on Friday ahead of completing a move.
"I feel ready for new challenges now," Berget told Norwegian paper Hadeland.
"My contract runs out this summer, and I'm not going to extend."
Berget, who has four caps for Norway, was snapped up by Italian side Udinese before returning to his homeland where he has since emerged as one of their best prospects.