Norwich City could sign attacking midfielder Jonny Williams on a free transfer this summer, according to a report by WalesOnline.
Williams spent the second half of last season at Charlton Athletic in League One and is due to become a free agent in the summer.
The 25-year-old was an important player for Charlton and helped the Addicks win promotion to the Championship.
This latest report states that Williams has been offered to a host of Championship clubs and several Premier League sides too.
Norwich finished top of the Championship last season and manager Daniel Farke will be looking to improve his squad in the transfer market this summer.
So, would Williams fit in at Norwich?
“He’d suit the style but he’s just not good enough for Norwich.
“The Welsh international wasn’t always a starter for Charlton so the Premier League would be a huge step up.
“Therefore I can’t see this happening but it would be a great move for the player if it happened.
“On a free, Farke may see it as a risk worth taking though as Williams does have a lot of talent but it would still be a surprise.”
“Williams is a good player, but I’m not sure he’d be good enough for Norwich.
“He’s a creative player and he would suit Daniel Farke’s style of attacking football, but I’m not conceived he’s good enough to make the step up to the Premier League.
“At this stage of his career, Williams will probably want to play regular first-team football and he simply isn’t going to get that at Carrow Road, so perhaps a move to the Championship would be better for him.”
“I can’t quite make my mind up on this.
“Williams is a classy player and is far better than League One – where he has been playing. However, can he step up and match the demands of the Premier League?
“I’m not convinced he can, as much as I like the midfielder.”