Norwich City are thought to be eyeing up a move for Celtic head of development and scouting David Moss.

According to the Pink’Un, Moss is in the frame to become Norwich’s new director of football.

Norwich are restructuring the way they run things behind the scenes and are expected to create a new system where a director of football is put in place.

This comes following two Chief Executives have left the club in under a year. David McNally left his role last summer and Jez Moxey was sacked earlier this season.

Moss has been heavily praised for his work in recruitment at Celtic Park, having brought players like Victor Wanyama, Fraser Forster and Moussa Dembele to Scotland.

Norwich have been criticised for their recruitment in recent seasons, with flops such as Ricky Van Wolfswinkel, Sergi Canos and Ignasi Miquel sticking out.

The club are expected to make an announcement this week.

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