Norwich City are being linked with a permanent deal to sign Jordan Rhodes this summer.

The Canaries are reportedly poised to enter talks with Sheffield Wednesday as they look to keep him at the club next season.

Rhodes spent the 2018/19 campaign on loan from Sheffield Wednesday, but the club are now hoping to make him their player on a permanent basis.

He initially joined as the club’s first choice striker, but soon found himself playing a supporting role to Teemu Pukki, understandably. 

Pukki joined Norwich on a free transfer and went on to score 30 goals in all competitions for the club, along with nine assists, and was crowned Championship Player of the Year.

With Rhodes only playing a back-up role this season, should Norwich be looking to keep him for the next few years? Here are four reasons in favour of Rhodes becoming a Norwich player on a permanent basis…