Norwich City and Leeds United could sensationally agree a swap deal which would enable both clubs to get their transfer targets according to a tweet from The Mirror Journalist, David Anderson.
Mr Anderson tweeted that Norwich striker Kyle Lafferty and Leeds defender Sam Byram could swap clubs before the window closes as Leeds are keen to get a fee or a player in January or risk getting rid of him for a reduced fee decided by a tribunal in when his contract expires in the summer.
Twitter: Norwich want to swap outcast Kyle Lafferty for Leeds’ Sam Byram. Leeds keen on Lafferty and want to sell Byram before contract expires. (@MirrorAnderson)
This deal could suit both the players involved too as it would enable Byram to get Premier League football and give Kyle Lafferty more playing time ahead of the European Championships in France.
Norwich aren’t the only Premier League team interested in the 22-year-old with Leicester, West Ham and Crystal Palace all considering bids for the highly-rated full back.
Byram has spent his whole career and came through the Youth team at the Yorkshire club and Leeds fans would be sorry to see one of their own depart.