Huddersfield’s move for Alex Pritchard is likely to collapse unless Norwich lower their valuation of the midfielder.
According Sky Sports journalist Lyall Thomas, Huddersfield are interested in Pritchard but the deal is unlikely unless Norwich drop their asking price.
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Norwich are currently in the bottom half of the Championship table, though have won two of their last three and have conceded once in their last three matches.
Alex Pritchard has one goal and two assists in his last three, having recently returned from a long-term injury.
The attacking midfielder, who joined Norwich for £8.5m in the summer of 2016, is valued as one of the club’s most important players.
Norwich are extremely unlikely to lower their valuation of Pritchard, especially given fan pressure to keep hold of their big names going into the second half of the season.