The owner of Danish outfit Brondby is reportedly set to travel to Spain and meet Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu as the two clubs look to come to an agreement over an unspecified matter.
Reports in the Norwegian press suggest that the agent of former Swansea manager Michael Laudrup is the one who initiated contact between the two clubs and has arranged for Brondby owner Jan Bech Andersen to meet with Bartomeu in Barcelona.
A conversation will take place between the pair on Tuesday, and whilst there has not yet been any official confirmation of why this meeting has been arranged, it is largely expected that the two clubs' youth teams will be at the forefront of the negotiations.
Laudrup's agent, Bayram Tutumlu, has further added fuel to those rumours with a series of tweets that suggest that Brondby and Barcelona will set up a partnership that will see them play friendly matches against one another, as well as having links to their respective academies.
Writing on Twitter, Tutumlua said: "Maybe that made a cooperation with youth teams and the same 'system' in Barcelona may be made in Brondby. Maybe Barcelona sending young players to Denmark and Brøndby."
It remains unclear exactly what this coalition between the clubs may mean, but it is possible that Barcelona will perhaps have first refusal on any academy players in the Brondby set up, whilst the Dane's may see a number of stars from the Blaugrana's famous La Masia set up loaned out to them.