Norwich City are looking at signing Wales international Jonny Williams ahead of their return to the Premier League next season.
Williams, 25, is currently contracted to Crystal Palace but his deal expires later this summer, and a number of clubs are said to be interested in taking him on a free, according to a report in the Birmingham Mail.
The attacking midfielder, who was a part of the Wales squad who made it to the semi-finals of EURO 2016, spent the second half of last season on loan at Charlton Athletic as they were promoted to the Championship.
Previously, Williams has been loaned out to Ipswich Town on two occasions, Nottingham Forest, MK Dons and Sunderland as he has failed to force himself into the plans at Selhurst Park.
Speaking to the press ahead of Wales’ games with Croatia and Hungary, when asked about what his next move will be, Williams said:
I haven’t spoken with my agent yet – we’ll have a sit down over the next few days and see what’s next for me. For once my destiny is in my own hands really, I’m a free agent.
It’s got to be right for me. I want to go somewhere and play every week and be a part of something.
The report also says Williams has been offered to a number of other clubs, with Brentford, Derby County, Luton Town and West Bromwich Albion weighing up a move. Charlton are also said to be keen on giving Williams a permanent deal.
Brentford’s free-scoring striker would be a great addition for Norwich as they look to strengthen for the Premier League. Fellow promotion winning side Aston Villa and Brighton are also reportedly interested.
Norwich are said to be locked in a battle with Aston Villa for Antwerp defender Daniel Opare. Opare has international and European football experience and would only cost around £500,000.
22-year-old striker Adams was Birmingham’s stand-out player last season, scoring 22 goals. He still has plenty of room for improvement and would be a good back-up to Teemu Pukki.
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The Bayern Munich II attacker looks set to be on his way out of the German club this summer with his contract expiring next year. He notched 24 goals and assisted a further eight in just 34 games last season.