Huddersfield Town are being linked with former Chelsea striker Marko Mitrovic.

The 22-year-old Swede of Serbian descent is a free agent after leaving Italian second-tier club Brescia in the summer.

He was with Chelsea for four years up to 2012, and helped them win the FA Youth Cup in 2010 - scoring a crucial equaliser against Aston Villa in a two-legged final.

Mitrovic, a junior at Malmo before moving to London, represented Sweden at Under 16, 17 and 19 level.

He has recently been linked with Romanian club CFR Cluj and American club Orlando City.

Town are also said to be tracking two Exeter City teenagers, keeper Christy Pym and midfielder Matt Grimes.

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With James Vaughan set for another spell on the sidelines , and manager Chris Powell revealing his intention to enter the loan market, Mitrovic could be the attacking reinforcement Town are seeking.

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