Fulham will offer a trial to young Swedish keeper Viktor Noring according to officials at Trelleborg.

With Noring’s contract set to expire later this year, there is some pressure to make a move happen during the January window.

The keeper will reportedly sign a new deal at Trelleborg if he cannot complete a move, with a number of clubs said to be interested.

The Swede is set to fly to England on Monday to meet up with Mark Hughes and his Fulham side with the full support of Trelleborg chairman Per-Anders Abrahamsson.

“I think that Viktor is unique, an exception in today’s football. I have never met a player that is so mature for his age,” Abrahamsson told Fotbolldirekt.

“They want him over on try out and of course we can’t say no to that. There are loads of clubs that have been here looking and that have contacted us, but Fulham are the only team that have been in direct contact with us.

“Viktor has said that it’s going to cost if he is to leave, he won’t leave us hanging.”