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Alex Neil insists Norwich have no intention of selling their best players this summer as they eye a quick return to the Premier League.

Graham Dorrans could stay at Norwich City beyond the summer and reject reported interest from Aston Villa.

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Norwich City's Gary O'Neil is reportedly on the verge of completing a free transfer to Bristol City

Norwich City are being linked with a double swoop on Crystal Palace, with Dwight Gayle and Jordon Mutch said to be the targets.

Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has played down fears over an injury to Norwich striker Kyle Lafferty ahead of Euro 2016.

Norwich City midfielder Graham Dorrans is a target for new Aston Villa boss Roberto Di Matteo and a deal looks to be on the cards.

Newcastle have joined the race to sign Norwich target Patrick Bamford and could be ready to pay £10million for him.

Norwich are reported to be weighing up a move for Bournemouth's Lee Tomlin following relegation to the Championship.

Nathan Redmond has turned down the offer of a new contract at Norwich as he bids to push through a move to Stoke.

Norwich are believed to be one of a host of clubs interested in taking Manchester City youngster Patrick Roberts on loan.

Club Brugge star Stefano Denswil is the latest central defender to be linked with a move to Norwich City this summer.

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Norwich could reignite their interest in Tottenham midfielder Alex Pritchard after the London club put him up for sale.

Norwich are reported to be battling with a host of clubs for the services of Gent defender William Troost-Ekong.

Norwich's hopes of landing Fulham striker Ross McCormack have been hit by the news he is holding out for a move to the Premier League.

Norwich forward Steven Naismith insists he has no regrets over joining the club despite their relegation from the Premier League.

Kyle Lafferty hopes to put himself in the shop window during Euro 2016 and earn a move away from Norwich this summer.

Norwich chairman Ed Balls has revealed the Canaries board are using a head-hunting firm to find a new chief executive.

Norwich chairman Ed Balls says they want to keep their best players, including Nathan Redmond, as the Canaries look to win promotion.

Norwich are reported to have enquired about the possibility of signing Saint Etienne midfielder Fabien Lemoine this summer.

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