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Watford are in talks to sign IFK Goteborg goalkeeper Pontus Dahlberg, sources close to the Hornets have told ESPN FC.

Scouts from a number of Europe's top clubs have been alerted to Dahlberg's potential with Arsenal, Tottenham, Everton, Napoli and RB Leipzig all monitoring his progress.

Watford are keen to steal a march on their rivals for the 18-year-old's signature by setting up a deal for when the transfer window reopens next month.

Marco Silva's side are in advanced talks with Goteborg over a transfer in the region of £2.9 million for Dahlberg.

Pontus Dahlberg IFK Goteborg
Pontus Dahlberg has made 29 appearances for IFK Goteborg this season.

The keeper was at Watford's training ground on Tuesday for talks and to have a look around the club's facilities as the Hornets look to convince him to make the move to Vicarage Road.

Dahlberg is already established as a key first-team member at Goteborg and has made 29 appearances for the club this season.

The teenager started his career at Alvangens IK in 2013 before earning a move to Goteborg in 2015, while he has represented Sweden at all youth levels up to the under-21s.

Peter O'Rourke is ESPN FC's transfer news correspondent. Follow him on Twitter @SportsPeteO.

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