Norwich have had a bid of £2 million accepted for 21-year-old Reading midfielder Aaron Tshibola, according to TEAMTalk.
It was revealed a few days ago that Norwich were amongst a host of interested clubs that wanted to sign the young prodigy, who’s contract still has 3 years to run.
Reading have defied Norwich for a time rejecting two prior bids before accepting a third one in the region of £2 million.
The likes of West Brom and Aston Villa are said to also be interested in his signature so the deal is not done but he will have talks with Norwich this week.
West Brom and Villa are weighing up counter offers and if they follow through you’d have to think Premier League West Brom stand the best chance.
Tshibola will have talks this week at Carrow Road and if there are no counter offers the move should go through this month, in what would be a big blow to Reading who would lose one of their most promising talents.
As for Norwich they are preparing for life in the Championship after last season’s relegation and the signing of a young star like Tshibola will surely please fans.
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