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Norwich City slap £20m price tag on in demand Euro 2016 star

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Premier League champions Leicester City have pulled out of their pursuit for Robbie Brady as Norwich City demand £20 million for him, The Mirror reports.

The former Manchester United player wants to be playing in the Champions League next season as oppose to the Championship but he may have to settle for the latter if the Canaries won’t budge on price.

Norwich are already reported to have already rejected bids for the Irishman and it is very clear that the club want him to stay.

After his unbelievable tournament at Euro 2016, he has unsurprisingly attracted a lot of attention from sides such as Leicester City and West Ham United. However, they may judge the £20 million price tag to be far too much of a hefty fee.

Norwich will be looking to bounce straight back from their relegation from the Premier League last season, and having already sold Nathan Redmond, will be keen to keep hold of Brady.

Norwich fans… Can you keep hold of your man? How much of a boost would it be to your promotion push if Brady was to stay at Carrow Road? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!


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