Alejandro Bedoya #7 United States is held by Eugenio Mena #2 of Chile against of the during the friendly soccer match at The Home Depot Center on January 22 2011 in Carson California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
Bedoya told his club's website oskfotboll.se:
"Hopefully I can prove I have the qualities to convince but most importantly it gives me a chance to see where I stand compared with some of the best players in the best league in the world."
Orebro SK coach Magnus Sköldmark added:
"Det är roligt att en Premier League klubb visar intresse för en av våra spelare. Det är ett bevis på att vi har hög kvalité i vår spelartrupp och en bra elitverksamhet."
For those of you not fluent in Swedish, this roughly translates to: "It's funny that a Premier League club shows an interest in one of our players. It is proof that we have high quality in our squad and a good elite."
Bedoya, who will be in England later this week for the tryout, also is a midfielder for the U.S. National Team, and has played in seven games.