Norwich City are eyeing up a move to bring in Huddersfield head of football Stuart Webster.
According to ITV, Norwich are looking to appoint Webster as the club’s new sporting director as part of a structural change behind the scenes.
Norwich have decided to scrap their previous system of having a manager and a chief executive – now moving to a sporting director and head coach.
This comes after Norwich lost two CEO’s in the last year; David McNally and Jez Moxey both left their roles in the club and the board have decided to act.
They started by sacking Alex Neil as manager two weeks ago, with Alan Irvine currently taking caretaker charge.
Norwich are now on the look for a sporting director, who will then carry out the task of appointing a head coach.
This report now claims that Webster is the man Norwich want to fill that vacancy.