Norwich seeking top boss
Norwich City are currently on the hunt for a "top level" manager, according to the club's chief executive David McNally.
The Canaries are continuing the search for a new manager following the abrupt exit of Paul Lambert, who had secured back-to-back promotions with the club before helping them finish in 12th place in the Premier League last season.
Lambert decided to make the switch across to Aston Villa to fill the void left by Alex McLeish after a disappointing campaign for the West Midlands outfit.
Norwich are now looking for a new boss of their own, with the likes of Cardiff's Malky Mackay and Birmingham's Chris Hughton being linked with the job at Carrow Road.
However, McNally believes the club will look to appoint a manager with top-flight European experience and you can back Norwich to avoid the drop next term with your free bet.
He told the Eastern Daily Press: "Norwich City are playing in the Premier League and whoever we appoint will be somebody with experience of management at the top level.
"The successful candidate does not necessarily need to have Premier League experience. If there is somebody who has managed successfully in Serie A, La Liga or Bundesliga then we would certainly consider their application. After all, they are some of the toughest leagues in the world."