According to The Mirror, Norwich are one of four sides that are interested in signing Leeds defender/midfielder Sam Byram.
The 22-year-old is thought to be a target of Norwich, Leicester, Crystal Palace and West Ham. This means that Norwich will have to stave off fierce competition for his signature.
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.