Sport One winner and one loser at Norwich City if Canaries strike deal to sign EFL midfielder
Daniel Farke reveals worrying Norwich City injury update on midfielder after 4-1 win over Reading
Norwich City manager Daniel Farke has revealed that midfielder Oliver Skipp could have suffered a major injury blow and potentially broken his foot following the Canaries’ 4-1 win against Reading. Skipp has been a phenomenal player for the Canaries in the Championship this season and had been an ever-present on the field ever since his […]Skipp has been a phenomenal player for the Canaries in the Championship this season and had been an ever-present on the field ever since his loan move from Tottenham Hotspur. However, he was forced off the field late on in the title-clinching win against Reading after an awkward looking tumble.
Norwich City are reportedly interested in a deal to sign Coventry City midfielder Gustavo Hamer, as
Hamer has madefor Coventry City, since signing for the club back in 2020, after spells with the likes of Feyenoord and PEC Zwolle.
It is also reported that Brentford, Brighton and Hove Albion and Scottish giants Rangers are also believed to be keen to strike an agreement with the Sky Blues midfielder.
You would imagine that a move to Carrow Road could be a tempting proposition for Hamer as well, with the Canaries winning promotion back into the Premier League at the first time of asking, after their relegation from the top-flight during the 2019/20 campaign.
Norwich’s Stuart Webber reveals talks over potential new Tottenham deal
Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber has revealed he has already held talks with Tottenham, Oliver Skipp, and the player’s representatives over another loan move. The 20-year-old midfielder spent the 2020/21 campaign on loan at Carrow Road and was integral to the success of Daniel Farke’s side – missing just one Championship game all season […]The 20-year-old midfielder spent the 2020/21 campaign on loan at Carrow Road and was integral to the success of Daniel Farke’s side – missing just one Championship game all season as he helped the Canaries win promotion back to the Premier League and the second tier title.
Daniel Farke’s side were recently crowned champions of the second-tier, and will be hoping he can add to his squad ahead of their return to the Premier League, with Hamer being one of those players targeted early into the summer transfer window.
We take a look at ONE winner and ONE loser at Norwich City if the Canaries strike a deal to sign Hamer in the summer transfer window.
Winner: Daniel Farke
The Norwich City boss will be the winner from this potential deal, as Hamer would provide him with much-needed depth in the midfield position.
Norwich are unlikely to be able to strike an agreement to sign Oliver Skipp next season, with the midfielder catching the eye with a number of impressive displays in their promotion-winning campaign this term.
One winner and one loser at Cardiff City if they seal deal for Sunderland star
Cardiff City are reportedly interested in a deal to sign Sunderland forward Charlie Wyke according to Sky Sports’ Keith Downie. Wyke has been in hugely impressive form for the Black Cats this season, with the 28-year-old hitting 29 goals in his 49 appearances for Lee Johnson’s side. His contribution in front of goal has kept […]Wyke has been in hugely impressive form for the Black Cats this season, with the 28-year-old hitting 29 goals in his 49 appearances for Lee Johnson’s side.
Therefore, the Canaries are going to need additional options in midfield, and Hamer’s energy in the middle of the park could provide Norwich with a strong option to have in the Premier League next season.
Loser: Marco Stiepermann
The 30-year-old has found regular game time hard to come by with Norwich City this season, with Stiepermann making just 12 league starts this season.
The midfielder has been an unused substitute in Norwich’s last four matches, and Hamer’s potential arrival would likely see Stiepermann pushed further down the pecking order in Daniel Farke’s plans for the first-team in future seasons.
Stiepermann still has a year left on his contract with the Canaries, and it’ll be interesting to see what the future holds for him moving forwards.
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Norwich City have confirmed that midfield duo Alex Tettey and Mario Vrancic will leave the club when their contracts expire in the summer. Norwich City will bid an emotional farewell to long-serving midfielders Alex Tettey and Mario Vrancic when their respective contracts expire this summer. We thank both players for their contributions to the club […]Norwich City will bid an emotional farewell to long-serving midfielders Alex Tettey and Mario Vrancic when their respective contracts expire this summer.