Norwich City could have the funds to make one final signing if the right player crops up, according to The Guardian.
The news comes just over a day before the end of the transfer window, in which the Canaries have spent just £3.75m.
The report of more cash being available completely goes against an interview given by manager Daniel Farke, who said the club is ‘paying for the sins of the past’ which means they could be prevented from making further signings.
Sam Byram joined from West Ham United, having played under 2,000 minutes in four Premier League seasons. Fahrmann joined from Schalke and had been one of the best ‘keepers in the Bundesliga, up until last season, where an injury saw him be replaced by Alexander Nübel.
Meanwhile, Patrick Roberts was highly thought of when he joined Manchester City, however, has yet to breakthrough at the club. And Josip Drmic has spent two of the last four seasons injured and made just five appearances for Borussia Mönchengladbach last season.
Norwich City’s summer has been underwhelming so far, with this quartet of signings having glaring red flags surrounding them. If the club is to avoid relegation they will surely need to make further signings ahead of the close of the transfer window tomorrow.
Indeed, Alex Tettey is set to miss some weeks after suffering a setback in his recovery from a calf injury, leaving just Tom Trybull and Louis Thompson as the club’s defensive midfielders.
Norwich City could use more recruitment ahead of the close of the transfer window, as their business so far has been underwhelming.
Norwich fans, have you been disappointed with the work that has been done in the transfer market? Comment below!Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
Click here to comment on this articleor
Give us feedback on your Football Transfer Tavern experience