Norwich are set to use the money they gain from the sale of Alex Pritchard to fund their search for new wingers.
According to The Mirror, Norwich are looking to sign new wide midfielders this month and will use the fee received from Huddersfield for Alex Pritchard to do so.
Josh Murphy and Yanic Wildschut are Norwich’s only out-and-out wingers in the first-team squad, though Wildschut has been seemingly frozen out of the picture by Daniel Farke.
Murphy is Norwich’s top scorer with eight goals in all competitions, but Norwich are looking to further strengthen their strength in the wide areas.
Marley Watkins can also be deployed out wide, but has failed to impress in a City shirt since joining from Barnsley on a free transfer.
Norwich have accepted a £11m bid from Huddersfield for Alex Pritchard, with he move expected to go through later this week. He is due for a medical on Thursday.