Two-time Premier League winner John Obi Mikel is reportedly considering offers from various Premier League sides, including Norwich, ahead of a summer move.
A source close to the player told ESPN that the midfielder already has a few options regarding a summer move and is expecting more to come in.
There are some options right now, and a few more we expect to see over the coming days.
Once all the options are on the table, he will make a decision.
The 32-year-old has been linked with a move to Carrow Road in recent weeks after an impressive stint with Middlesbrough.
Fellow promotion winning side Sheffield United are also believed to have made the Nigerian an offer, with both sides looking to add Premier League experience to their ranks over the summer.
Canaries boss Daniel Farke is hoping to add a couple of additions to his current squad who claimed the Championship title with a last day victory over Aston Villa.
A decision regarding Mikel’s next move is likely to be made following the Africa Cup of Nations, which is set to take place from June 21 to July 19.
Four more possible experienced Premier League additions
Cahill, who has been linked with a move to numerous Premier League, Championship and Turkish sides in recent weeks, would provide plenty of top-level experience at the back.
Burnley keeper Hart has been tipped to join the Canaries in recent weeks and take the number one spot from Tim Krul.
Newcastle’s Diame would provide Daniel Farke with plenty of power in the midfield department.
Babel has Premier League experience with Liverpool and Fulham and could be open to a move to Carrow Road this summer.
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