Norwich City winger Robbie Brady is being lined up by Premier League champions Leicester City, according to the Sun.
The left footed wide man has been one of the stars of the Euro 2016 tournament for the Republic of Ireland, helping his team to reach the last 16 of the tournament before cruelly crashing out to France.
Brady is in high demand, with a reported value of around £12m, but it appears Claudio Ranieri and the Foxes look willing to pay what it takes to get their man.
The former Manchester United youngster is still only 24, meaning his fits ideally into the mould of player which Ranieri wants to build his team around, and has the work ethic an attitude to match that which led to success last season at the King Power.
With Norwich relegated from the Premier League last season, Alex Neil will know full well he faces a tough task to keep hold of his star players, with Nathan Redmond already making a move to Southampton.
Canaries fans, what do you make of this news? Can you see any way of keeping hold of Brady? Let us know your thoughts and comments below!