Which players should Norwich City keep for the rest of the 2016/17 season?

Which players should leave Carrow Road in the January transfer window?
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Which players should leave Carrow Road in the January transfer window? Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus Images - Credit: Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd

Which Norwich City players would you keep at Carrow Road for the rest of the 2016/17 Championship season?

As the Canaries enter the January transfer window lying ninth in the Championship we want to know which players you would keep, loan out or sell.

Crystal Palace have targeted a January transfer raid on Robbie Brady - but the Canaries have slapped a reported £12m price tag on the Republic of Ireland international.

Defender Timm Klose has reportedly discussed a potential move to Hamburg, according to reports in the German media.

But City boss Alex Neil told the media that no bids had yet been made for the 28-year-old, following reports in The Sun that Premier League side West Brom were also interested.

Premier League title contenders Liverpool are the latest club linked with a January transfer raid for Jacob Murphy.

The Mirror claim Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants to beat Tottenham to the 21-year-old's signature and then loan him back to the Canaries for the rest of this Championship season.

Murphy has already been touted with Spurs, Everton and Southampton after an impressive start to the season that earned him a new long term Carrow Road deal until 2021.

The youngster himself made it clear recently, after penning his new Norwich deal, he was not interested in chasing a big-money move to the Premier League at this stage of his young career.


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