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Futures of Norwich City trio become clearer as recruitment plans outlined

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Norwich City will be willing to cash in on the likes of Jordan Hugill, Onel Hernandez and Marco Stiepermann this summer if they receive the right sort of offers for them, according to Pink Un.

The Canaries will be facing a hugely important summer transfer window where they will be needing to make the right sort of additions to their squad to ensure they are best place to survive in the Premier League. Stuart Webber has already indicated that one of Emiliano Buendia, Todd Cantwell or Max Aarons could be sold to raise funds for them to invest in the squad.

Daniel Farke’s side also look set to try and raise transfer funds by selling off some of the players on the fringes of their first-team squad. It is being reported that the Canaries will be open to offers for both Hernandez and Stiepermann, although neither will be forced out of the door with them both being well regarded within the dressing room by the club.

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In addition, the report adds that Hugill, who only arrived at Carrow Road last summer from QPR, could also be made available for someone to buy if they come in with the right sort of offer. That comes with the forward having largely had to settle for a place on the bench throughout the season due to the excellent form of Teemu Pukki upfront.

The verdict

These are massive decisions that Norwich simply have to get right if they are going to be able to progress as a club in the Premier League. Clearly, they need to raise funds to bring players into the club that could help to keep them in the top-flight next term. Hugill is a player that will be a very sellable asset you would imagine and should attract plenty of Championship interest.

It would be interesting to see what sort of valuation Norwich place on Hugill, given they paid around a reported £5 million for him last summer. He is someone that will score goals in the Championship if he is given regular game time. Therefore, you would expect them to hold out for at least close to the sort of fee they paid for him when they bought him from QPR.

Hernandez and Stiepermann would both be players that should also have interest in them from maybe the Championship or even abroad. The pair are good options to have within the squad if they are not sold. However, the time might now be right to cash in on them so that they can bring in players that will have a greater impact for them next term.


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