The 16-year-old is considered to be one of the brightest prospects to have emerged from Norwegian football for some time.
It has not taken long for his obvious potential to be noted, with clubs from across Europe closely monitoring his progress.
Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal are reported to be keen on adding Sakor to their ranks, with scouting missions having been sent out.
Asker, of the Norwegian second division, appreciate that they have some talent on their hands and have conceded that a deal is likely to be struck soon.
"We know that there is a lot of interest in Vajebah but we are yet to receive a concrete offer from abroad," Asker's sporting director Espen Falck told TV2.
"We know he is wanted by a lot of clubs in Europe.
"Any interested clubs will have to move fast as he is set to leave us soon."
Sakor made his debut for Asker at the age of 15, making him the youngest player to ever turn out in the Norwegian second tier.