July 24 2014 Latest news:
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Interest in Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond appears to be increasing, after the Canaries reportedly rejected offers from Stoke City and Southampton for the 20-year-old.
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that the two Premier League clubs both offered around £3.5million for Redmond but were told that City will not accept less than £6m.
The newspaper suggest that Everton and Swansea City have also shown ‘tentative interest’ in the England Under-21 ace.
Redmond joined City from Birmingham City for a reported fee of £3.2million last summer, joining up with his former manager Chris Hughton.
He showed plenty of promise but in 39 appearances in all competitions only found the back of the net once, scoring the winner in a 1-0 home win against Southampton in August.
The winger put his name back in the shop window in May though, when he scored a hat-trick for the England Under-21s in a European Championship qualifier against Wales in Swansea.
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