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Rangers eyeing Norwich man ahead of January window

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Norwich City will need to be busy in the transfer window if they are to start climbing towards the sharp end of the league this season.

Whilst getting drawn into a battle at the bottom won’t really be on their minds right now, the Canaries do need to be careful that they aren’t one of the first sides to have nothing to play for this year.

For sure, then, Daniel Farke will be plotting ways of improving his side in the upcoming window but it looks as though certain players are going to be targets for other clubs to take away from the Yellows’ squad.

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Indeed, one such player is Russell Martin with the Daily Record claiming that Scottish giants Rangers are looking at the defender ahead of a possible move in January.

Martin has found playing time difficult to come by so far this season in East Anglia and might just be tempted by a move away.

Certainly, playing for a club like Rangers doesn’t always present itself too often and if he finds that Daniel Farke cannot find a place for him in the coming weeks and months, he could decide it is time to up sticks.

The Verdict

Martin will surely be tempted by this deal if Rangers make a concrete offer.

He has been at Norwich a long time but hasn’t played much of late and it could just be that it is time for him to start a new chapter.

Thoughts, Norwich fans? Let us know below!


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