Norwich City boss Daniel Farke is ready for offers to come in for star player James Maddison, report the Eastern Daily Press.
The Canaries finished the season 14th and didn’t have too much to shout about, but the emergence of Maddison was one of the bright sparks of their campaign.
His performances saw him named in the PFA Championship Team of the Year after he scored 15 goals and got 11 assists.
Farke is not shying away from the interest there is for the 21-year-old and admits he would be willing to sell him:
He has a long-term contract so we can say, ‘No’ or there might not be an offer, but if there is interest, that is a sign of his development and our ability to create a value. We have a player who is worth many millions of pounds.
Maddison’s highlight came in a loss against Hull where, despite losing 4-3, he scored his first career hattrick.
And the manager was keen for people to know how amazing his quick rise has been.
The first thoughts were I have to send him on loan, but I wanted to see him in pre-season. From day one, and I don’t want to praise him too much, but I could see something in him.