Norwich City link to Falkirk’s Ryan Flynn off target

Reports Norwich City are preparing a bid for flying Falkirk playmaker Ryan Flynn are wide of the mark, the Evening News understands.

Speculation yesterday suggested the Canaries and Championship rivals Swansea City are considering a �250,000 bid in the New Year for the talented 21-year-old, who has been impressive for the Bairs this

season.

The former Liverpool midfielder, who won two FA Youth Cups at Anfield, spent a successful second half of the season on loan at Falkirk last term.

Despite their eventual relegation from the Scottish Premier League, Falkirk made the move permanent in the summer after Flynn, last season's top scorer, was named the club's young player of the year.

Flynn already has six goals and 10 assists in the Scottish First Division this season, with Edinburgh rivals Hearts and Hibernian both eyeing the playmaker.

However, sources at Carrow Road have stated City will not be one of the clubs interested in signing the young midfielder.