Norwich City are continuing to track Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
According to The Mirror, Norwich are among a host of clubs looking to land Henderson over the coming weeks.
The report claims that United have already agreed a new two-year contract with the shot-stopper – who will be sent on loan to the Championship after signing the deal.
Bristol City, Aston Villla, Sheffield United, Leeds and Swansea are all also said to be interested in the youngster.
Henderson spent last season on loan to Shrewsbury in League One, where he spent time with Norwich duo Ben Godfrey and Carlton Morris.
The England under-21 international impressed as Shrewsbury reached the play-off final, before losing to Rotherham at Wembley.
Norwich are looking for a new goalkeeper after Angus Gunn returned to Manchester City.
Remi Matthews is a potential candidate to take over the gloves, although the club have also been linked with Liverpool and Wales keeper Danny Ward.