Norwich City transfer rumours: Canaries want Manchester City goalkeeper Angus Gunn on season-long loan whilst Sheffield Wednesday enter race for Graham Dorrans
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Norwich City are reportedly in the race to sign Angus Gunn on a season-long loan from Manchester City.
The Sun are reporting that the 21-year-old, son of Canaries legend Bryan, is ready to leave the Citizens in order to gain first team experience.
Gunn is likely to find himself further down the pecking after Manchester City swooped for Benfica keeper Ederson in a £35m deal.
It means Gunn is likely to find himself behind both Ederson and Claudio Bravo although Willy Caballero is likely to leave the Premier League giants this summer as he is out of contract.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is reportedly a big admirer of Gunn and will sanction a season-long loan to a Championship club this summer.
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Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday are also reportedly ready to enter the race for Graham Dorrans.
The City midfielder has been a long term target of Rangers, who reportedly had a £1m offer rejected recently. It seems Pedro Caixinha's side are unlikely to have the field to themselves though with Sheffield Wednesday ready to test Norwich's resolve to keep the midfielder.
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City target Sean Raggett is also apparently interesting West Ham United with the Lincoln defender reportedly available at a knockdown price of £350,000.