Hull City have today turned down an offer of £3 million for star Robbie Brady today from Norwich City, according to BBC Sport.
The £3 million bid is said to be the third attempt by Norwich to secure the services of Brady, who is seen as a perfect partner for Nathan Redmond as Norwich look to their first season back in the Premier League.
Hull are desperate to keep hold of the Irish winger and have stated that he is not for sale, while trying to offload players like Dame N’Doye, Abel Hernandez and Nikica Jelavic to balance the books in order to keep Brady.
Norwich are not the only club interested in the left winger either, with clubs including Tottenham, Southampton and West Brom all looking to bring in the former Manchester United trainee.
Although not effective for goals last season, Brady was a main part of Hull trying to battle from relegation last season, creating space for the club’s ineffective strike force and becoming a cult hero at the club.
Brady featured in 27 games for the Tigers, scoring three goals and creating two assists, with two of his goals coming in a somewhat memorable three games in the Europa League for Hull.
The 23-year old is one of a number of targets that Norwich are currently chasing after the permanent signings of Graham Dorrans and Youssouf Mulumbu, both from West Brom.
As Hull look to regain top flight status next season, the club will see Brady as one of their key players for a promotion push, but if they are unable to offload the trio of ineffective forwards, the clubs resolve may be tested with further bids.
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