Norwich are one of a number of clubs showing an interest in signing Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet this summer.
According to The Mirror, Norwich, Watford and Bournemouth all keeping tabs on his situation at Anfield as they consider a swoop.
Mignolet spent the entire Premier League season on the bench for Liverpool, as Alisson played every minute of the campaign and picked up the Golden Glove for keeping 21 clean sheets.
The Belgian international is now set to leave Liverpool, with the report claiming that Jurgen Klopp is ready to let him find a new club ahead of next season.
He joined Liverpool from Sunderland in 2013 and has made over 200 appearances for the club to date.
The Mirror claim that Liverpool value Mignolet at £15m, which Norwich are unlikely to be able to meet – given Stuart Webber’s comments about the club’s transfer budget this season
Norwich could, however, look to secure a loan deal for the shot-stopper, as they look to improve their squad.
Other goalkeepers Norwich could sign
Norwich could look to rival Sheffield United to the signing of Dean Henderson on loan from Manchester United. The English shot-stopper was superb for Chris Wilder’s side in the Championship.
Norwich have already been linked with the Roma goalkeeper, who has fallen out-of-favour at the club. The Swedish international could be a shrewd addition to Norwich’s squad.
Muric has shown promise when given a chance at Manchester City this season and looks to have a bright future. Norwich could look to bring him in on loan.
Romero is far too good to be playing back-up to David De Gea at Manchester United. Norwich should look to tempt him to Carrow Road with the promise of regular football.
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