Daniel Farke has hinted that Norwich City may have to sell players in order to strengthen their squad this summer.
The Canaries are preparing for another crack at the Premier League after securing promotion from the Championship following a wonderful campaign in the second tier.
While it remains to be seen if the full-back will move on, Farke has hinted at potential outgoings in order to fund new deals.
Speaking to the Eastern Daily Press, Farke said: “We want to keep all the best players and add some quality,.
“I can’t confirm right now that all our players will stay with us.
“We need to add some quality and for that there will be also some outgoings, but it is quite important to keep the core of the team.
“Sometimes it’s not always in our hands because we have also some players here on loan and we have to wait for what develops.
“We are definitely much better prepared. But we are self-funded. We can’t spend £100m on the squad. We won’t risk the mid and the long term future by doing incredible financial topics.
“I said two years ago we would need a miracle to stay up. That is not what we need this time. We need unbelievable hard work, a great effort and it will still be a huge challenge to stay in this league but I feel as a club, as a group of players, we are much better prepared.”
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Norwich City supporters will be hoping to keep hold of as many players as possible this summer.
With the likes of Max Aarons, Todd Cantwell and Emi Buendia all said to be attracting interest from elsewhere it is always going to be tough to keep the players, and it seems that Daniel Farke knows that.
Fans will just be hoping that any player that is sold isn’t just replaced, but also sold for their true market value.