Aston Villa and Wolves have taken concrete steps to try and land Celta Vigo striker Jorgen Strand Larsen this summer, with West Ham also in the fray for him.


The Norwegian scored 13 times in 37 La Liga appearances last season and is now being linked with a move to the Premier League.


Several teams in the Premier League have been keeping tabs on the striker and are now preparing to make moves for him.



According to Spanish outlet Relevo, Aston Villa and Wolves have taken concrete steps towards signing him this summer.


Both Premier League clubs are in the market for a striker and Strand Larsen has emerged on their radar in the ongoing transfer window.



They are probing hard to try and convince the Norwegian to move to England with them this summer.


West Ham have also carried out checks on the striker but they are currently trailing Wolves and Villa in the race for Strand Larsen.



He has a contract until 2028 with Celta Vigo and it would take a big fee to snare him away from the Spanish club.