Norwich City’s asking price is putting off potential suitors from signing Onel Hernandez as we head towards the first of two deadlines for English clubs later today.
City have won once, draw once and lost twice so far this season in the second tier and Daniel Farke will be looking for his players to pick things up after the international break.
However, whether Hernandez is part of the squad still remains to be seen.
He is subject to interest from abroad but with the deadline approaching for non-domestic deals later on today, it looks as though their asking price for Hernandez is currently stopping clubs from taking the plunge for him.
This news comes via Alan Nixon:
Norwich. Price wanted for Herndandez scaring off Turkish side.
— Alan Nixon (@reluctantnicko) October 5, 2020
The attacker has featured regularly so far this season for the Canaries in the Championship so it makes sense that they are looking to keep hold of him or at least not lose him on the cheap.
Indeed, they are in a good place financially owing to clever management of the club as a whole and thanks to parachute payments so, despite the current global situation, they do not need to sell players under value.
That is reflected here and there seems a chance he’ll stay put.