Norwegian teenage sensation Kristoffer Ajer will reportedly link up with Celtic and train at Lennoxtown for a week.
The 17-year-old will start training tomorrow (Wednesday) after his current club IK Start in the Tippeligaen gave him permission to travel.
He travelled with his father on Monday according to Norwegian media outlet TV2 and arrived today at Glasgow.
Ajer has one year left on his current contract at the Norwegian club and could become Ronny Deila’s first signing of the January transfer window if the trial is successful.
The midfielder, who is the current club captain at Start, was reportedly scouted by Paris Saint-Germain on at least four occasions this season.
Info #Mercato : Kristoffer Ajer (1998 ??) supervisé 4 fois cet automne par le PSG. Fin de contrat en déc 2016. Capitaine de Start à 16 ans.
— EspoirsduFootball (@EspoirsduFoot) January 4, 2016
Ajer made the move from Lillestrom SK last summer and has gone on to impress a host of European clubs who are keeping tabs on him including Roma, Liverpool and Arsenal.
He has made 47 appearances for his current side and has scored 13 goals and recorded five assists.
Ronny Deila has a history with top Norwegian talents, having developed Martin Odegaard at Stromgodest before he moved to Real Madrid.