Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard is in Germany ahead of possible talks with Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen, according to reports.
Norwegian outlet TV2 claim that the 20-year-old landed in Düsseldorf airport with agent Bjørn Tore Kvarm and his father Hans Erik.
It is not known if conversations would be about a loan or a permanent transfer but Spanish publication Marca did report that the 'possibility was great' over a move to Leverkusen.
The BayArena, Leverkusen's home ground, is just half an hour away from Düsseldorf airport.
Odegaard has rarely featured for Los Blancos since he was snapped up on a six-year deal.
It looked to be going smoothly for the Norwegian when he made his first start during a 6-1 Copa Del Rey victory over Cultural Leonesa.
But the 19-year old struggled for first team minutes in the coming months, and was later sent to Heerenveen in the Eredivisie for 18 months.
After making 38 appearances for the club he returned to Madrid, but was once again sent on loan to the Eredivise, this time to Vitesse.
It hasn't exactly gone to plan for Odegaard since his big move to the Bernabeu but his international career has been far more impressive.
He went up against Spain in a European Championship qualifier earlier this year and in a moment of brilliance, he outwitted Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets with his lightning quick feet.
Do you think Bayer Leverkusen would be a good move for Odegaard? Or should Zinedine Zidane give him a chance in Los Blancos' first team?
The Norwegian admitted that he was "surprised" by Madrid's recent managerial appointment.
"I didn't think Zidane was going to return so soon, but I think he's a perfect coach for Real Madrid," he told Spanish publication AS.
"He can make a good group again and create something very good. I think it's very positive."
It has the potential to be a great piece of business from the Bundesliga side.
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