Norwich City are reportedly looking to bring in four new players this summer as they prepare for life back in the Premier League.
The Canaries recently booked their place in next season’s Premier League after winning automatic promotion from the Championship, and they will now look to go on and win the title.
But Daniel Farke’s main focus this summer will be to recruit wisely to avoid a repeat of what happened last season, as the club were relegated straight back down to the Championship.
According to The Sun on Sunday (25/04, page 59), in a bid to prevent that from happening, Norwich are eyeing up four new signings.
A striker is said to be on the priority list to provide competition for Teemu Pukki, despite Jordan Hugill and Adam Idah already at the club.
A centre-half is also said to be on the list of targets, with Nottingham Forest’s Joe Worrall being name checked as a potential target.
A wide forward and holding midfielder are also on the club’s radar, with Oliver Skipp set to return to parent club Tottenham Hotspur after an impressive campaign.
I think it’s important this summer that Norwich do not overhaul their squad.
They need to keep the core of it together, and I think they deserve that after a marvellous campaign.
They will obviously face plenty of interest in the likes of Max Aarons and Emi Buendia, but they need to try and keep the bulk of the players together and bring in three or four quality players.