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Norwegian international defender Vegard Forren will train with Liverpool FC tomorrow - hoping to convince the Reds he is worth a permanent switch to Anfield.
Reports that a £4m deal has already been completed are premature.
But the Reds have confirmed that the 24-year-old, who has five full caps, will train at Melwood for a few days with a view to a permanent move.
Other clubs are monitoring Forren's situation and it is believed he is after regular first-team football should he make a Premier League switch.
Forren has made 179 appearances for his boyhood club Molde, winning the Tippeligaen in both of the last two seasons.
Former Liverpool and Norway defender Vegard Heggem had his say on the potential deal earlier today on Twitter.
He wrote: "Forren has done very well in the Norwegian league and for Norway. Good enough for LFC? Not sure, but an exciting signing in my opinion if it happens.
"He is a tough player, loves to get stuck in. Reads the game well, good passer of the ball but unproven at top international level."
Forren, who made his competitive international debut in October, was watched in person at least twice by Everton manager David Moyes recently.
Fulham and Belgian side Club Brugge were also linked with a move for the defender.
In November Forren, when asked about a move to England and links with the Blues, said: "I cannot stand here and say that I'm not interested - after all the Premier League is involved and Everton are a great club.
"I feel ready. I have had many great matches in the Europa League in the league and the national team.
"I have done well and it tempts me more and more to take the next step.
"I have developed myself a lot this year but right now my focus is on performing well."