Leeds United target Robin Quaison will decide his future sometime in the next week.
Quaison, 20, has also attracted the interest of last season’s Serie B champions Palermo.
The promising Swedish midfielder was recommended to the Palermo president by Nicola Salerno who came close to working with the Italian outfit but is now a partner with new Leeds owner Massimo Cellino.
Palermo are favourites to get Quaison’s signature but face stiff competition from Leeds according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport.
AIK’s Quaison has been capped four times by the Swedish national team, scoring two goals – one against Finland in the 2013 King’s Cup and the other in a friendly against Iceland.
The 20-year-old also netted seven goals in 51 games for AIK since his 2012 debut.