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Forren keen on new challenge

Norwegian defender Vegard Forren is set to be watched by numerous clubs when current side Molde take on Stuttgart in the Europa League on Thursday.

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Vegard Forren: Is looking for a new challenge and will reportedly be watched on

Vegard Forren: Is looking for a new challenge and will reportedly be watched on

The 24-year-old has previously been linked with Everton, Manchester United and Fulham.

Agent Jim Solbakken says while the defender is keen on a new challenge, he will stay at Molde if the right offer is not forthcoming.

Solbakken told Romsdal Budstikke: "There is still a big interest for Vegard and other Molde players.

"Vegard is keen to get a new challenge, but at the same time he is happy at Molde.

"In case nothing that is interesting for both him and the club, he will stay at Molde."

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