Reading are eyeing a move for Huddersfield Town midfielder Oliver Norwood, according to Vital Football.
The rumour comes from journalist Soriebah Kajue, who wrote on his Twitter account that Reading are prepared to make a £1.25 million bid for the 23-year-old.
Huddersfield have signed three midfielders this summer and Norwood, who wasn’t in the squad in Saturday’s defeat to Cardiff City, may find his place under threat.
The Terriers are without a manager and the former Manchester United trainee has one year left on his contract at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Reading sold defender Sean Morrison to Cardiff late last week in a £4m deal and Royals manager Nigel Adkins is looking to reinvest the money into strengthening his squad.
Norwood joined Huddersfield in July 2012 and has gone on to make 90 appearances, scoring nine goals.
The midfielder began his career at United but never made a first-team appearance for the Red Devils and turned down a contract extension to join the Terriers.
Whilst with United, Norwood has successful loan spells at Carlisle, Scunthorpe and Coventry City.
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