The son of Swedish footballing great Henrik Larsson seeks to make his own name with an impact for his country in the coming Euros.
According to Russian news source Sport Express, one Bundesliga side has already approached the 23-year-old Jordan with an offer to move to the Bundesliga.
Among their many transfer targets this summer, VfL Wolfsburg are said to be interested in procuring the series of young Swedish striker Jordan Larsson. After years of plying his craft in Holland and his native Sweden, Henrik Larsson's highly touted son made the jump to the Russian Premiership two seasons ago. After two successful campaigns for Spartak Moscow, a move to one of Europe's top-five leagues seems to be in the cards.
Russia's Sport Express reports that Wolfsburg have contacted the 23-year-old's agent and also approached the club with an offer of some €10 million. The Swedish international's current market listing is €5 million above that on transfermarkt.
As is the case with virtually all players participating in this summer's Euros, transfer confirmations shouldn't be expected until after their respective tours of international duty has been completed. Larsson remains contractually committed to Spartak through 2023.