Rumour Mill: Matt Jarvis to join Norwich City permanently, as Sebastien Heller links persist

Matt Jarvis of Norwich celebrates scoring his side's first goal during a 3-0 win over West Brom in t

Matt Jarvis of Norwich celebrates scoring his side's first goal during a 3-0 win over West Brom in the Capital One Cup in September at Carrow Road, Norwich. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

On-loan winger Matt Jarvis looks set to join Norwich City permanently, in a cut-price deal reportedly worth around £2.5million.

The 29-year-old former Gillingham and Wolves attacker scored twice in his first three matches for the Canaries and has proved popular with supporters since joining on a season-long loan.

He has not featured for almost two months after picking up a knee injury but is back in training and pushing for a return after the festive period.

The Daily Mail has reported that City have agreed the fee with West Ham for the one-cap England international, who joined the Hammers for a club-record fee of £10.75million in 2012, after offering him a four and a half year contract.

Signing Jarvis permanently would open up a loan slot in Alex Neil's squad, as Premier League teams are only allowed two loan players in their squad.


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The same newspaper also brings up another recent transfer link for City, to Utrecht striker Sebastien Heller.

The France Under-21 striker is said to be in talks with the Canaries about a January transfer worth around £7m. The 21-year-old has scored 10 goals in 13 top-flight games for the Dutch club so far this season, having scored 11 in 17 games after signing from Auxerre last season.

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Another name to add to the growing list of players linked with Norwich is defender Georg Niedermeier.

The Daily Mirror claim the Stuttgart defender is being watched closely by Crystal Palace, Sunderland and the Canaries, as his contract is due to expire next summer.

The 29-year-old came through the youth system at Bayern Munich before joining Stuttgart in 2009 and is reportedly available for around £800,000.

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