Canaries target in Jol's sights
Fulham are set to renew their interest in Burnley's highly-rated striker and reported Norwich target Jay Rodriguez.
Cottagers' boss Martin Jol has already seen a £5million offer rebuffed as the Championship outfit hold out for around £8million for the 22-year-old, whose performances for Eddie Howe's side this past season have attracted the interest of a host of other clubs.
However, Canaries chief Paul Lambert has also been linked with a move for Rodriguez and could be prompted to make a counter offer to pip the Londoners to his signature.
Premier League new boys Reading and Southampton, and Scottish Premier League champions Celtic are also thought to be interested.
The England Under 21 cap, who signed a new two-year deal last summer and has a year left on his Turf Moor contract, will have his pick of clubs, but admitted this week that he is not certain where his future lies.
"I don't really think anything of the speculation. I'm still a Burnley player. There's nothing I can do - we'll see what happens," he told the Lancashire Telegraph.