The news on the jungle drums tonight from reliable sources in Yorkshire connected to Hull City is strongly suggesting that after what seems like weeks of back and forward the deal for Robbie Brady is now done at £7m, with the player keen to get the on and get back to the premiership as soon as he can.
Now on the face of it, £7m is a decent size investment for Norwich, and probably represents fair value in the current market when you consider the 'silly' money being thrown around for other players at present in the scramble for the big TV contract at the end of this season in the Premiership (£8m for Tyrone Mings anyone?).
What we can be sure of if the deal completes is a proven premiership quality left winger, Hull fans that I know are genuinely dissapointed to be losing him, with many describing him as their main creative source from midfield last season.
In other transfer news connected to Norwich reports say that Sam Clucas from Chesterfield who has been strongly linked to the club throughout the summer is now off to Hull to replce Brady for a deal reported to be around £1m + add ons