Norwich will have to pay £10m if they want to sign West Brom striker Jay Rodriguez this summer.
According to The Mirror, Rodriguez has a clause in his contract which will allow him to leave for £5m this summer, but it also includes a payment of £5m next summer – bringing the total to £5m.
The report claims that Norwich are on of a number of clubs showing an interest in Rodriguez, following the news of his £5m exit clause.
Leicester, Aston Villa and Sheffield United are also said to be keen on a deal for the forward as they look to strengthen their squads ahead of next season.
Rodriguez scored 22 goals for West Brom in the Championship, including two in a 4-3 win against Norwich back in August – one coming from the penalty spot.
The 29-year-old is an experienced campaigner at Premier League level, with over 140 appearances for Southampton and West Brom in the top-flight.
Strikers Norwich could sign
The Swiss international has been linked with a move to Norwich, with his Borussia Monchengladbach contract expiring this month.
Norwich could look to revisit a deal to sign Jordan Rhodes on a permanent following his loan spell at the club.
Norwich could attempt to snap up promising young Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah on loan for next season.
McBurnie impressed in the Championship with Swansea and could be ready to test himself in the Premier League with Norwich.