Norwich City are eyeing up a deal to sign Borussia Monchengladbach forward Josip Drmic this summer.
According to Sport Bild, via Fohlen, Norwich are interested in bringing Drmic over to England ahead of next season.
The report claims that Drmic will become a free agent next month upon the expiry of his contract at Monchengladbach.
Drmic will then be free to move to the club of his choice, with Norwich now in the running to sign him.
Teemu Pukki and Dennis Srbeny are currently Norwich’s only senior forwards, leaving a space for another striker to come in and compete for a place next season.
Drmic scored twice in five Bundesliga appearances for Monchengladbach this season, whilst he also faced England in the 3rd-place play-off in the Nations League last weekend – missing a penalty in the shoot-out.
The 26-year-old has scored 10 goals in 32 caps for Switzerland and has played with Timm Klose at international level.
Alternative striker targets
Norwich could look to bring Mason Greenwood in on loan from Manchester United in the summer. The teenager made his debut for United this season.
Nketiah is a promising young striker who needs minutes under his belt next season. Norwich could provide them for him.
Norwich could look to further pursue a deal to bring back Jordan Rhodes on a permanent basis, following his loan spell at the club.
The forward has been linked to Norwich this week and is reportedly set to leave West Brom this summer. He can score a penalty, which would certainly add to Norwich’s squad!