AFC Bournemouth are reportedly interested in Norwich City’s left back Robbie Brady.
Eddie Howe was in attendance for Norwich’s FA cup replay exit against Southampton last night, with Brady returning from a three match ban for the game.
Brady can play either left back or left midfield, and has been of interest to several clubs this window.
However, the Cherries could be set to beat competition for the Irish international’s signature, if they meet the £12 million-rated Dubliner’s price tag.
Brady has been with The Canaries since 2015, after moving from Hull City, who are reportedly due a 25% sell on fee as part of the original deal.
Norwich were tested earlier in the window with a £7 million fee from Crystal Palace.
It looks as though they could be pressured once again however if Eddie Howe decides the 25-year-old might bolster his sides survival hopes. Charlie Daniels is currently Howe’s first choice left-back.