Norwich City and Cardiff City are both targeting a move for Huddersfield Town midfielder Adam Clayton, according to the Examiner.
Clayton won the Huddersfield Town player of the year award, and the 25-year-old has one-year left on his current contract at the John Smith’s Stadium.
The former Leeds midfielder was the subject of a £1 million bid from Brighton in January, however the bid was swiftly rejected.
Clayton has amassed 94 appearances for the Terriers, and has scored 12 goals during his time at the club.
Cardiff and Norwich have just been recently relegated so are on the look out for players with distinct Championship pedigree, and Clayton would fit the bill.