Bodo/Glimt have been rocked by ANOTHER impending transfer since luring Celtic to the Europa Conference League.
The Norwegian champions were on top form after securing a second straight league title when they drew against Ange Postecoglou’s side earlier this month.
The play-off round tie is sure to be a special occasion with Kjetil Knutsen’s 6-1 demolition of Jose Mourinho’s Roma a prime example of his devastating attacking style.
But whatever progress has been made in Europe, he has been unable to stem the tide of players wanting to move on at the end of their season.
Both Patrick Berg and Erik Botheim have left the club, with midfielder Berg joining RC Lens while Botheim opted for a move to FK Krasnodar in Russia.
Now striker Ola Solbakken has hinted he is ready to steal the nest – and ideally wants the deal done as soon as possible.
Speaking to Norway Trunderbladethe said: “We decided that it was not relevant to extend with Bodo/Glimt.
“We have informed the club about this.
“Now they have two windows to sell me. Either this winter or this summer.
“Otherwise I will go for free after next season.”
Bodo/Glimt travel to Glasgow to face Celtic on February 17 before a return leg in the Arctic Circle on February 24.