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Lewis Dunk, left, is attracting plenty of interest from Premier League clubs and could be on Norwich City's radar. Picture: PA

Norwich City have already started their summer business. So reporter Gavin Caney looks at who else Alex Neil could entice to Carrow Road.

Cameron McGeehan in action for Luton. Picture: Action Images / Jed Leicester

Norwich City’s FA Youth Cup winning captain Cameron McGeehan will leave the Canaries this summer, as his move to Luton Town has finally been confirmed as a permanent deal.

Republic of Ireland's Wes Hoolahan (left) and Poland's Grzegorz Krychowiak battle for the ball during a UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifier at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin, in March 2015. Picture: PA Wire

Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan is determined not to let a troublesome knee problem prevent him from featuring in two upcoming matches for the Republic of Ireland.

Alex Neil will need to have his finger on the pulse during this summer's transfer market madness. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON/FOCUS IMAGES

Alex Neil has made it clear who will be leaving Carrow Road – but who will he bring in?

Neil Warnock, pictured in December 2014 when in charge of Crystal Palace. Picture: PA Wire

The bookies may be sceptical, but outspoken former manager Neil Warnock insists Norwich City will survive in the rough and tumble world of the Premier League.

Nathan Redmond of Norwich and Ben Gibson of Middlesbrough in action during the Sky Bet Championship Play-off Final at Wembley Stadium, London. 
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The quiet early summer spell of transfer speculation is easing into second gear nicely, as supporters desperate for their football fix ignore that most involved in the game are away on their holidays.

Ricky van Wolfswinkel endured a mixed season on loan at St Etienne.

Ricky van Wolfswinkel looks likely to be consigned to a waiting game before discovering his Norwich City future.

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Jonathan Hawes pictured back in 2010 when he became boss of King's Lynn Town Reserves. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town are not sweating on the outcome of a shock appeal regarding their summer switch in divisions.

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