Norwich City are plotting a summer move for Tosin Adarabioyo, according to The Athletic.
The central defender moved to Fulham last summer following their promotion to the Premier League and enjoyed a decent campaign on an individual level despite the club suffering relegation back to the second tier.
Adarabioyo made 34 appearances for Scott Parker’s side, but could now be lined up for a move back to the top flight in the coming months.
Norwich City are gearing up for the challenge of the top flight themselves, and according to Canaries’ reporter Michael Bailey, the 24-year-old defender is one of the options on the club’s radar.
Writing for The Athletic, Bailey said: “Norwich are in the market for a centre-back this summer. It is also likely to be one of their biggest investments; one to break their current £10 million transfer record. And yes, Tosin is a name that features on their list of targets for the current window.
“However, there are a lot of conversations going on at the moment with players that have been nowhere near a speculation column, and I would suspect those names we don’t know are actually higher targets than those we do.”
This could be a really good move for Norwich City.
Tosin Adarabioyo is a player who is certainly capable of being a big success in the Premier League, but after being relegated with Fulham, it just seems like he needs that opportunity.
A move to the Canaries could be the ideal platform to do just that with Daniel Farke’s side empowering players to play out from the back – something that the 24-year-old is renowned for.
Whether a move will be agreed is yet to be decided, but I could certainly see it being a success if it comes off.