Norwich City boss Neil Adams has told Sky Sports that there is no need for the club to sell its marquee players.
Adams also told reporters that it would take ‘many, many millions’ for Norwich to even consider an offer for one of their key players.
As of late Gary Hooper, Nathan Redmond, John Ruddy and most recently Leroy Fer have been attracting interest from club’s around Europe and have all been linked with moves away from the Canaries.
Scotland international Robert Snodgrass has already jumped ship to Hull City but Adams remains confident that his key players will stay at the club.
He told the Eastern Daily Press, “There will be plenty of bids and we will knock them all back as best we can unless and until it becomes like the Robert Snodgrass situation, when it reaches a point you have to do business.
“We have said we don’t need to sell many times, and that included Robert Snodgrass, and we will be trying our hardest to keep each and every single one of them. Of course speculation and rumours will be rife.”