Oscar an option for Norwich
Norwich could turn to highly-rated Brighton boss Oscar Garcia as their next permanent manager following Chris Hughton's sacking.
Garcia is reportedly set to leave the Amex Stadium at the end of the season and is keen for a chance to prove his managerial skills in the Premier League, with Norwich and Swansea both said to be interested in speaking to the Spaniard.
The Canaries have installed former youth team coach Neil Adams as boss until the end of the season and, if he manages to keep the Canaries up, he could well be offered the chance to stay on.
However, the club's hierarchy are keeping their options open and Garcia is thought to be high on the list of possible managers who could come into the club in the summer.
Former Cardiff boss Malky Mackay, current Spurs manager Tim Sherwood and ex-Swansea coach Michael Laudrup are all also in the frame at this stage.