Norwich City boss Neil Adams is poised for a Nathan Redmond raid

Nathan Redmond has just one goal to his name as a Norwich City player. Picture: Paul chesterton/Focu

Nathan Redmond has just one goal to his name as a Norwich City player. Picture: Paul chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City's top brass are bracing themselves for a winter packed with rumours that Nathan Redmond will leave Carrow Road.

The Canaries winger has reportedly attracted a host of interest from Premier League clubs since his side's relegation from the top-flight last season. Southampton appear increasingly likely to return in the January transfer window with an improved offer after a £5million bid for the wideman was apparently turned down in the summer. And Norwich's manager Neil Adams expects their attempted raid on Redmond will not be the last.

The City boss, whose men host Brighton this afternoon, said: 'There was big interest in Nathan in the summer and any player that is performing well, and Nathan's caught the eye in a lot of those England (Under-21) games, there's bound to be interest. We said in the summer that we don't want to sell any of our players that we don't need to sell and it's still the same. But I'm sure that'll all surface again in the January window.'

Stoke, West Brom, Liverpool and Newcastle United are also all thought to be keeping tabs on the 20-year-old, who only joined City from Birmingham on a four-year-deal in the summer of 2013.

'It would be down to me (if we sold him),' Adams added. 'Valuation and figures is the important thing and money does talk, as we said in the summer. Once you get to certain values and figures you've got to take it realistically and see if it's in the benefit of the club.'