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Danish youngster Emre Mor attracting Premier League interest

A report claims that Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United are all interested in signing Nordsjaelland youngster Emre Mor in the January transfer window.

Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United are all reportedly monitoring the development of Nordsjaelland striker Emre Mor.

The Denmark Under-19 international, who has also been linked with Ajax, is widely expected to leave his current club in the January transfer window.

According to The Guardian, his progress over the last 12 months has alerted three of England's biggest clubs, who could make their moves in early 2016.

Mor, who is currently on a part-time contract at Nordsjaelland, is expected to be scouted by all three Premier League teams this week when he represents his country in Malta.

The 18-year-old has scored twice in two appearances for Denmark Under-19s.

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