Norwich City are currently in talks to extend the deal of midfielder Todd Cantwell, who has broken into the first-team this season.
According to the EDP, Norwich are in talks with Cantwell’s agent over an extended contract, with his deal set to expire at the end of the season.
The report claims that no agreement has been reached as of yet, with Cantwell seemingly eyeing a wage boost due to his involvement in the first-team.
The 20-year-old was expected to go out on loan in August, but Daniel Farke showed his faith in the youngster and has made him a regular fixture in the squad.
Cantwell has made 20 first-team appearances this season, mainly on the left wing, and amassed one goal and two assists.
His best performance to date was, arguably, against Rotherham where he scored his first senior goal for the club before setting up another academy product, Max Aarons, to score.