Leeds United are set to demand £20m for midfielder Kalvin Phillips amid interest from Norwich.
According to The Telegraph, Leeds want £20m in order to let Phillips leave Elland Road ahead of next season.
Norwich have been heavily linked with Phillips this summer, with the club trying to improve their squad for the Premier League.
Stuart Webber has already secured one player to add to Daniel Farke’s squad, with Patrick Roberts joining on loan from Premier League champions Manchester City.
The report claims that Aston Villa, who have also been promoted from the Championship, are preparing a £14m bid for Phillips as they look to win the race for his signature.
Phillips made 44 Championship appearances for Leeds and was named in the Team of the Season, alongside Norwich stars Teemu Pukki, Jamal Lewis and Max Aarons.
Norwich, Bournemouth and Southampton have all been touted with interest in Phillips in recent months.
Central midfielders Norwich could sign
Also capable of playing at right-back or centre-back, Chambers is adept at playing as a holding midfielder. He could be a solid signing for Norwich.
Following his successful spell with Derby in the Championship, Mount could look to take the next step in his career and join Norwich on loan from Chelsea.
John Obi Mikel
Available on a free transfer this summer, the experienced Premier League midfielder could be a great option for Farke to call upon next season.
Despite their relegation, Camarasa impressed in midfield for Cardiff and could be a shrewd signing for Norwich next season.