Norwich City announced the departure of Josh Murphy to Premier League side Cardiff earlier this week.
Murphy completed his move to the newly-promoted side in a deal thought to be worth in the region of £11m.
This was after the winger scored seven Championship goals for Norwich last season, also providing three assists.
Norwich may now look to replace the 23-year-old, but who could they target?
Here are five players Norwich could sign to replace Murphy…
Woodburn was linked to Norwich in January and the club could target him again now Murphy has left.
The talented Liverpool youngster would be a coup.
After struggling to make an impact at Celtic, Norwich could persuade Musonda with regular game time in the Championship.
Norwich need experience in their squad next season, but cannot afford to sign proven English talent.
31-year-old Trimmel has proven his ability in Germany and was among the top assisters in the 2. Bundesliga last season.
He could prove a smart addition.
The Swiss midfielder impressed for Eintracht Braunschweig last season in Germany and is only 24, with plenty of room to develop.
After breaking into Arsenal’s first-team set-up last season, Nelson will be looking to push on and have regular game-time next term.
Norwich could offer him an opportunity to improve his game and face the test of Championship football.