According to The Mirror, Norwich are one of four sides that are interested in signing Leeds defender/midfielder Sam Byram.
Byram’s current Leeds contract runs out in the summer and he will be free to leave Leeds, however, a tribunal fee would have to be paid by Byram’s new club to Leeds as he is under-24.
Leeds are thought to want a fee for the player during this month so that they don’t have to gamble on getting a good fee for the versatile player over a tribunal.
Norwich have a history of signing Leeds United players. Bradley Johnson, Jonny Howson, Luciano Becchio and Robert Snodgrass are all players that have made the switch to Norwich in recent years; some being more successful than others.