Chelsea, Tottenham and Fulham 'chasing' Norwegian wonderkid

Chelsea, Tottenham and Fulham have all been linked with a move for a Norwegian starlet who plays in Belgium.

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Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham are embroiled in a three-way transfer race to sign Norwegian star boy Anontio Nusa, according to recent reports.

Spurs are looking to bolster their attacking ranks, following a slew of injuries - meanwhile, Fulham will attempt to improve their squad after a lacklustre start to the 2023/24 Premier League season.

While none of the clubs mentioned have made an official approach for the 18-year-old as of yet, it is understood that they are all interested. Currently, he is under contract at Club Brugge until the summer of 2027. He can play anywhere across the attacking line - including on both wings and in the striker position.

So far this season, Nusa has made 17 appearances across all competitions for Brugge, scoring a pair of goals and notching up three assists. He made his debut for the Belgian club back in 2021, having made 38 appearances and scoring four goals for them in the Juliper Pro League since then.

Additionally, despite being just 18, he has already won four senior caps for Norway, scoring a single goal on the international stage. He also made several appearances for Norway at various levels of their youth ranks.

What will it take to seal a deal for Antonio Nusa?

Being one of football's most exciting rising stars, Brugge are keen to hold onto Nusa - they will not let him go without a fight. Reports suggest that he will cost any of his potential suitors a tidy sum to the tune of £30 million. As such, bringing Nusa on board would not be without its risks for any of the London clubs who have been linked with a move for the player. It would take out a large chunk of Tottenham and Fulham's respective transfer budgets, while Chelsea must rein in their high spending to avoid being hit with Financial Fair Play sanctions.

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