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Monday, July 9, 2012
As Norwich City players returned for pre-season training today, Birmingham centre-back Curtis Davies was again being linked with a move to Carrow Road.
One national newspaper claimed the Canaries were prepared to offer striker James Vaughan on a season-long loan to the Blues as part of the deal.
New manager Chris Hughton is reported to be keen for 27-year-old Davies to join him at Norwich.
Hughton has already taken his backroom staff to Colney with England goalkeeping coach Dave Watson the latest recruit.
Davies is valued at about £4m, while Vaughan was a £1.5m capture by former City boss Paul Lambert from Everton last summer.
In an injury-plagued season, however, Vaughan made just six first team appearances for City, starting his only Premier League game at Blackburn in April.
Scotland international Robert Snodgrass completed an impressive first season with Norwich City by topping the appearances list in 2012-13.