Manchester City starlet Godsway Donyoh has been linked with a loan move to Swedish club Falkenberg.
The Ghanaian striker joined City in January 2013, and was immediately loaned out to another Swedish side, Djurgardens, for the rest of the year.
Donyoh, 19, scored twice in 17 appearances for Djurgardens, who finished seventh in the 2013 Allsvenskan table.
Falkenberg, who recently appointed Swedish great Henrik Larsson as coach, were promoted to the country's top flight and are looking to strengthen ahead of the new season.
"We have been in touch with Manchester City since the summer," Falkenberg sporting director Haaken Nilsson told Sportbladet.
"But we haven't reached an agreement as yet. We are looking for strikers."
Celtic striker Mohamed Bangura, who spent the last Swedish season on loan at Elfsborg, has also been linked with Falkenberg and coach Larsson admits that he needs reinforcements up front.
Larsson said: "There is no doubt we need strikers. In midfield we are almost complete, and we have many names in defence."