Norwich City transfer target Kwasi Wriedt could be set to leave Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich this summer.
According to FT, Wriedt is attracting interest from a number of German clubs and has been linked with a move to Norwich earlier in the window.
The report claims that Bayern could now be prepared to sell Wriedt, as he has been unable to make the step up to the first-team.
Wriedt scored 24 goals in all competitions for Bayern’s reserve side last season and is now reportedly seeking a higher challenge as he looks to progress his career.
FT claim that Bundesliga side Werder Bremen are interested in a deal for Wriedt, whilst Norwich and Hertha Berlin have both been keen on the forward.
His contract with Bayern expires at the end of next season, meaning that he could leave the German side for a cut-price fee – so that they avoid losing him on a free.