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Canaries to focus on manager search

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Norwich chief executive David McNally has revealed the club are in the process of looking for a new manager as Paul Lambert looks set to move to Aston Villa.

The 42-year-old Lambert had his resignation request rejected by the Norwich board as his representatives were locked in talks with Villa and he has now been placed on gardening leave from Carrow Road.

McNally was responding to days of speculation over Lambert's situation and confirmed both clubs are now in talks over compensation. "We are looking for a new manager, that is likely what we concentrate on in the next few weeks," McNally told Sky Sports News.

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