Norwich are again taking an interest in Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones, amid interest from other Football League sides, according to the Daily Mail.
Sunderland are reportedly keen on signing the Northern Irish international, who’s contract expires next year. Jones has reportedly refused the idea of a new deal, and could be on the way out of Kilmarnock.
Jones is well known to new Sunderland boss Jack Ross, who is waiting to see what sort of money he has to play with in this window.
The winger was linked with a move to Norwich back in the January transfer window, but nothing came of it. Daniel Farke is still interested in bringing Jones to Norwich, with Nottingham Forest also showing an interest.
A fee of £600,000 could be enough to capture Jones. With Norwich’s reported limited spending power this window, Jones could be a good recruitment by Farke and sporting director Stuart Webber.
Rangers are also looking at Jones, with the Glasgow club watching him last season.