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Norwich have bid accepted for Blackburn ace

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Sweden international Martin Olsson is set for a return to the Premier League this summer.

Reports from Sweden suggest that the Canaries have had a bid accepted for the left-sided player, who is subject to interest from a number of clubs.

Olsson stated his intention to leave Blackburn last summer following relegation to the Championship, but the Lancashire-based club have done everything within their power to retain the services of the Swede.

It now seems likely that Olsson will depart Ewood Park, with agent Hasan Cetinkaya confirming that there has been interest in the player. 

"There is a great interest in Martin," Cetinkaya told Expressen.se, "The club has agreed with Blackburn and now it's up to Martin to take decisions."

Although Cetinkaya refused to openly name Norwich City as the frontrunners for the player, it is widely expected that it is Chris Hughton's side who have stolen a march on their competition.

Norwich are confident of concluding a quick deal for the want-away Swede, with talks expected to progress within the next five days.

 

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