Premier League club Stoke City are interested in signing Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond, according to the Mirror.
The Potters had another successful season under manager Mark Hughes, who guided his team to a third consecutive ninth place finish in the league.
According to the Mirror, the Canaries have been dealt a huge blow in their attempt to keep their star man at Carrow Road, after the England U21 international refused to sign a new deal with the club.
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News of the 22-year-old rejecting a contract extension from his current club comes as a welcome one for the Potters, who are keen on signing the left-sided attacking player ahead of the next campaign for a fee around £10 million.
The 22-year-old, who joined the Yellows in 2013, has so far represented his current club in more than 110 league matches, where he's scored 11 goals.
He was one of the star performers for his club in the 2015/16, but despite his positive performances, he couldn't help keep the Canaries in the Premier League, as Alex Neil's men finished in 19th place, only above Aston Villa.
The Birmingham-born midfielder made 35 appearances for his club in the league last season, where he scored six goals and provided three assists.
He was also the star performer for the England U21 in the Toulon tournament, where the Three Lions emerged victorious.
The former Birmingham City player currently has 12 months left on his contract, and it is expected that he will leave Carrow Road before the start of next season.
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