Norwich City are targeting an ambitious move for the Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella, according to BBC Sport.
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton has refused to rule out a move for the Italy international. The Canaries manager has already strengthened their attack by signing the Dutch forward Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Celtic’s Gary Hooper.
"The fact that some players are being linked with us is in some ways a good thing, because it means we are trying to be proactive and trying to improve," the Canaries boss told reporters.
The Juventus striker netted 13 times in 34 games for the Italian champions but, with the addition of Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez and Spain forward Fernando Llorente, Quagliarella has fallen down the pecking order.
Quagliarella's wage demands could prove to be problematic but Hughton has already surprised many with a number of quality signings this summer.
A possible £6m bid for the Italian striker may tempt the forward to join Norwich City as he is seeking first-team football ahead of the 2014 World Cup finals.
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