Norwich City will be looking to build ahead of their return to the Premier League next season, with the Sky Bet Championship winners undoubtedly looking to avoid a repeat of their last top flight campaign which ended in relegation.
Daniel Farke has developed a solid starting eleven that has bought into his philosophies and playing style well, with some of their attacking play as a collective this term being a joy to watch for many.
The likes of Emiliano Buendia, Max Aarons and Todd Cantwell are almost certain to attract interest this summer, with the trio having performed brilliantly for the Canaries once more, however it is expected that Farke and co will fight tooth and nail to either keep the players at the club or drive a hard bargain with any potential buyer.
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As mentioned earlier in the article, the Argentine star is almost certain to depart Carrow Road for pastures new this summer, with a recent report by The Athletic stating that Norwich and the player have already come to terms with his potential exit.
His performances for the Canaries throughout the season just gone were nothing short of brilliant and as a result of this, it appears that the likes of Aston Villa and Arsenal are leading the chase to sign the attacker this summer.
After scoring and assisting in the manner that he did this campaign, it is completely understandable why he is wanted by clubs of a bigger ilk than Norwich and they have never been a side to stand in a player’s way when a big move is on offer.
However, he won’t come cheap for any potential buyer, with Sky Sports claiming that the player will sell for a fee of up to £40 million.
The attacking full back is another name who is constantly linked with a departure from Carrow Road and it appears he may finally get his wish this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur have been back to beat Everton to the signing of the 21-year-old, who is said to be available for an affordable price in the current market as Norwich seek to make some money on yet another academy product.
A move to join the Toffees could well appeal to Aarons more as his former City teammate, Ben Godfrey now turns out for the Premier League side.
However competition for his signature should be fierce, with the player said to be allowed to leave for a fee of just £30 million over the next few months.