SportBesiktas tell Norwich to double original offer for Domagoj Vida
What does Nigel Farage, the original Brexiteer, want now?
The European elections may have birthed a new British far right party.
Norwich City have been told to up their offer for Domagoj Vida if they want to sign the Croatian this summer.
A report on Fanatik, via, claimed that the Canaries submitted a €10 million bid for the centre-back over the weekend, however, they were knocked back and told to increase their original offer.
It is thought that the Turkish side want €20 million for Vida, who started six of Croatia’s seven games at the World Cup as they reached the final a year ago.
Daniel Farke has a number of options at centre-back in Ben Godfrey, Christoph Zimmermann, Timm Klose and Grant Hanley, while Sean Raggett and Marcel Franke are due to return from loan spells.
Vida, though, would add top-level experience having been involved in numerous international tournaments, the Champions League and Europa League racking up almost 400 games in his career.
The 30-year-old joined Besiktas in January 2018, which puts them in a strong position to keep hold of Vida if Norwich continue to fall short of the fee they have demanded.
Factfile: Who is Norwich target Filip Krovinovic?.
Norwich City are reportedly set to sign Benfica midfielder Filip Krovinovic on loan for the season. The Canaries are reportedly closing in on a deal to sign Krovinovic to bolster their squad heading into the Premier League. Norwich secured promotion back to the top-flight last season as they won the Championship title – picking up 94 points in their 46-game campaign. Daniel Farke and Stuart Webber are working hard to improve Norwich’s squad, but have only signed one senior player thus far. Patrick Roberts has joined the club on a season-long loan from Premier League champions Manchester City.