Norwich are considering German coach Jens Keller from Bundesliga Second Division club Union Berlin following the success of countryman David Wagner at Huddersfield according to the Daily Mail
City's sporting director Stuart Webber, who helped appoint Wagner when he was working at Huddersfield, is looking at the German market as he seeks a successor to Alex Neil.
Keller, 46, was previously in charge of Schalke before being sacked to make way for Roberto di Matteo, and has played professionally for VfB Stuttgart, TSV 1860 München, VfL Wolfsburg, 1. FC Köln and Eintracht Frankfurt.
Another leading candidate for the Norwich job is Fleetwood's German manager Uwe Rosler, if he is overlooked at Carrow Road, Rosler could be of interest to former club Wigan following their relegation to League One.