Norwich have been busy in the transfer window this summer, having already made six signings thus far.
They have also sold James Maddison and Josh Murphy for big money, raking in a reported £36m for the two combined – Maddison leaving for a club-record fee.
Jordan Rhodes, Felix Passlack, Moritz Leitner, Ben Marshall, Teemu Pukki and Emi Buendia have all joined the club.
With just under a month left in the window, Norwich are likely to see many more leaving and joining.
Here are six deals (ins and outs) that could complete Norwich’s summer business.
Nelson Oliveira - Sold
It’s almost an open secret that Norwich are looking to move Oliveira on this summer.
The club may be able to command a fee in the region of £4-5m for the striker – who has scored 22 goals over the past two seasons.
Ivo Pinto - Sold
With Felix Passlack and Ben Marshall coming in, Ivo Pinto’s time at Carrow Road appears to be up.
He has been linked with a move to the Bundesliga and Norwich could get £2-3m for the defender.
Danny Ward - Buy
If Norwich can get the money in for Oliveira and Pinto, they should be able to fund a move for Danny Ward from Liverpool.
Although Remi Matthews looks set to stake a claim for the number one spot, the chance to sign a highly-rated international goalkeeper will not come along often.
Ben Woodburn - Loan
Liverpool winger Harry Wilson has reportedly rejected a move to Norwich, but Woodburn is still an option.
Norwich are thought to be interested in Woodburn and the teenager could be
Russell Martin - Sold
Labelled by many Rangers fans as the worst defender they have ever seen at the club, Martin is far past his best.
He is no longer good enough for the Championship and needs to be moved on this summer. Ideally sold, but a loan is not out of the question.
James Collins - Buy
Norwich could do with an experienced central defender to rotate if Daniel Farke wants to go with a three at the back formation for most games.
Collins is currently a free agent, having left West Ham this summer, and could be tempted with a move to Norwich.