Union Berlin midfielder Robert Andrich has been linked to a summer switch to newly-promoted Norwich City.
Having wrapped up promotion back to the Premier League this season, Norwich are understood to be looking at options to boost their squad in an attempt to avoid successive top-flight relegations.
And German outlet Bild reports that Daniel Farke’s side, along with a few other English sides, are interested in signing midfielder Andrich from the German capital ahead of next season.
Andrich will be out of contract in Berlin in the summer of 2022, and therefore has been earmarked by Farke as an ideal target for a cut-price fee.
The 26-year old midfielder can be used in a number 10 position and has scored five goals for Union in 28 appearances in the Bundesliga this term.
Norwich are believed to also be among a few clubs monitoring Vitesse centre-back Danilho Doekhi.
Newcastle and Rangers are also in for the former Ajax Academy product, with the 22-year-old having just one year left on his current contract with the Eredevisie side.
The Canaries have been linked with several central defenders over the last week and it is understood to be an area Farke is determined to strengthen in.
Nottingham Forest’s Joe Worrall was linked to joining the Carrow Road outfit over the weekend, along with Young Boys defender Ali Camara. Metz’s Boubakar Kouyate is also reportedly on Norwich’s radar.
The Canaries have already confirmed a permanent transfer for current loanee Ben Gibson from Burnley and will be looking to capture Oliver Skipp from Tottenham in a permanent deal after impressing on loan this term.
Dimitris Giannoulis has also joined permanently, with City spending in excess of £16million on both the Greek defender and Gibson.