Norwich are expecting big-money offers for star man James Maddison this summer, and are bracing themselves ahead of heavy interest, according to Mirror Sport.
The cash-strapped Canaries have already put a sizeable £30million price-tag on the England Under-21 international, who has 15 goals from midfield for the Championship outfit this season.
Liverpool are said to be extremely keen on the 21-year old, while Tottenham are one of a number of other Premier League clubs also said to hold an interest.
Liverpool have yet to replace Philippe Coutinho and subsequently have a lot of money to spend this summer, having sold the Brazilian for £142million in January, and Maddison could represent a solid long-term option for the Reds.
Norwich are hoping to generate a large auction for Maddison, with their parachute payments linked to their relegation from the Premier League ending this summer.
Maddison may not be the only star sold to balance the books at the end of the season, with Joseph Murphy also being linked with a number of Premier League sides. He would join his brother, Jacob, in the top flight, who was sold to Newcastle last summer.