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Norwich City should show serious ambition by attempting a move for this Celtic star



After a disappointing campaign in 2016/17, Norwich are taking a new approach to the 17/18 season in the hope it will take them to the Premier League.

The Canaries appear to following in the footsteps of Huddersfield Town, having appointed a coach from from Borussia Dortmund as their new manager and mainly focusing their transfer activity on the foreign market.

They’ve gained a sizeable windfall from selling star winger Jacob Murphy to Newcastle United.

Murphy formed a key figure in what was a potent attack for Norwich last season, and a fitting replacement will be needed if they wish to continue their attacking prowess.

A signing that would complement their attack extremely nicely would be Celtic’s Scott Sinclair, who joined the Bhoys last summer from Aston Villa and enjoyed a stunning debut season in the Scottish Premier League.

He won SPFL Player of the season after scoring 21 league goals from out wide and completing seven assists, an incredible record even by the standards of the Scottish Premier League.

It was perhaps confusing as to why Villa decided to axe him, given that the former Manchester City man was brilliant whilst helping Swansea to win promotion in 2011.

It would be quite the statement from Norwich wrangle an enormous club like Celtic’s player of the season away from them, and his flair and pace, similar to that of Jacob Murphy, would fill the hole in their squad nicely.

He would cost a pretty penny, but you have to be confident that this would be an excellent signing for Norwich, and that Sinclair would be able to continue his form in Scotland in the Championship.

Norwich fans… Do you agree with this? Could you manage to sign Sinclair? Let us know in the comments below!

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: Norwich City should show serious ambition by attempting a move for this Celtic star

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