Norwich City transfer rumours: Norwich City want £12m for Robbie Brady with West Brom and Sunderland joining the race

Southampton is the latest club linked with a transfer move for Norwich City's Robbie Brady. Picture

Southampton is the latest club linked with a transfer move for Norwich City's Robbie Brady. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City will hold out for £12m as the transfer race for Robbie Brady hots up, with Premier League duo West Brom and Sunderland joining Leicester City as potential options this summer.

The Irish Independent claimed on Friday the 24-year-old Republic of Ireland international will have no shortage of takers to leave Carrow Road after Norwich's relegation to the Championship.

Brady made it clear in recent days his only focus is on the Republic's Euro 2016 upcoming test against Belgium on Saturday, after being touted with Premier League champions Leicester City, but both West Brom and Sunderland could be ready to offer him an escape route in addition the Champions League hopefuls.

The Irish Independent report Norwich's top brass want £12m for the versatile left-sided player who arrived from Hull City last summer for a reported £7m and still has two years left on his existing Norwich deal.

Meanwhile, Norwich are among a number of clubs reportedly keeping tabs on Reading's highly-rated young midfielder Aaron Tshibola.

The 21-year-old missed the second part of last season following hamstring surgery but the likes of Crystal Palace, Celtic and Aston Villa are all being linked. Football web site, 'Here is The City' report Villa's new assistant boss Steve Clarke has already recommended the England youth international to Roberto Di Matteo after working with Tshibola at the Royals.


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