REVEALED: Solskjaer key to Man Utd plans for Norwegian transfer market
The presence of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer back with Manchester United is helping their new recruitment push across his native Norway.
The Manchester Evening News says Molde wonderkid Erling Haaland, who won his chance under Solskjaer, has been watched extensively since scoring four goals in front of United scout Tommy Moller Nielsen back in July.
United hope to take Ranheim youngster Odin Thiago Holm on trial in 2019 after the midfielder caught the eye at the Sambor Youth Cup in Poland last summer with five goals from midfield.
And United's head of scouting and recruitment, David Harrison, was pictured in Tromso in October with Isak Hansen-Aaron among those grabbing his attention.
The 14-year-old spent time at United in December, 2017, where he was put through his paces by coaches at Carrington after previously having a trial at Liverpool.
Solskjaer has already confirmed he will have an input when it comes to January recruits. And United's interim manager may yet have one or two names in mind when it comes to aiding his side's wonderkid search in Norway.