Date: 16th March 2017 at 9:46am
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According to The Daily Record, Norwich City are interested in appointing David Moss in a new Director of Football role.

After sacking Alex Neil recently, Norwich City have decided that they need a restructuring and the Canaries have decided to create a Director of Football post.

David Moss is the chief talent spotter at Scottish Premiership giants Celtic and Norwich are targeting him for Director of Football in East Anglia.

Moss has overseen a number of impressive acquisitions during his time at Celtic, including being part of the team that brought in Virgil Van Dijk, Victor Wanyama and Moussa Dembele.

The 48-year-old has had previous experience in the English leagues, working with Swansea City and Crystal Palace before taking up his role at Celtic.

Norwich City are still searching for a new manager, too, with Nigel Pearson and Roy Hodgson just two names being touted as Neil’s potential successor at Carrow Road.

Norwich fans – what do you make of this? Would you take Moss as your director of football? Let us know in the comments below…