Norwich are reported to be weighing up a move for Bournemouth’s Lee Tomlin following relegation to the Championship.
Tomlin joined the Cherries last summer from Middlesbrough for a fee believed to be around the Â£3.5million mark, but the first-team opportunities were very limited at the Vitality Stadium.
The Englishman played just 289 minutes of Premier League football before being loaned out to Bristol City in January for the remainder of the campaign.
He managed to impress in the short spell, scoring six goals from 18 appearances, and City are said to be keen on securing a deal for around Â£2.5m.
However, Norwich are now said to be showing a keen interest and playing for a club that are expected to challenge for promotion would be more tempting than one that is not.
Newcastle United, who were relegated last term, are another team to be linked while Aston Villa could also be tempted into a move as they look to bounce straight back to the top flight.