Premier League side Hull City has had a bid reportedly in excess of £ 6 million accepted by Norwich City for Scotland international midfielder Robert Snodgrass.
Although personal terms are yet to be agreed between the Tigers and the player, Hull City boss Steve Bruce is confident of landing his man in the coming days as he looks to strengthen his squad ahead of their first foray into European football with the UEFA Europa League.
Snodgrass joined the Canaries after a brilliant spell at Leeds United in the summer of 2012 and he was one of the star players for the club as they suffered relegation from the Premier League this season, scoring 7 goals in his 34 appearances for Norwich City.
If the deal for the player go does through as expected, Snodgrass will become the Tigers’ second signing of the summer after Steve Bruce secured the permanent transfer of midfielder Jake Livermore from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee believed to be around £ 8 million.
Hull are also in the market for a defender and have earmarked Tottenham defender Michael Dawson as the man they need and are also looking at the prospect of signing former England Under-21 international Tom Ince, who is currently a free agent after his short term deal with Crystal Palace expired.
Meanwhile, Norwich City are looking to add reinforcements to their squad following relegation as they look to bounce back immediately and have agreed terms with Italian club Palermo for the signing of Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty.
Having let Swedish striker Johan Elmander leave following the end of his loan spell and with Gary Hooper also expected to leave, the Canaries are in dire need of attacking options and are working on several deals that could be announced in the coming days.