Leicester City are reported to have joined the host of clubs considering a January swoop for Norwich’s Todd Cantwell.
The Canaries want around £15m for Cantwell, whose contract expires in the summer, although the club maintains an option to extend it for 12 months
Liverpool, Tottenham, Newcastle, Leeds and Roma are thought to also be keeping close tabs on the young forward's situation.
But if no club meets the valuation and agrees a deal in the current window, it is believed that Norwich intend to trigger the option to keep the former England Under-21 international for another year.
Cantwell, 23, fell out of favour under former Carrow Road boss Daniel Farke after failing to regain form following back and Achilles problems.
The Norfolk-born local lad has not managed to find the back of the net this season, nor provide an assist.
New head coach Dean Smith has given the academy graduate two starts since replacing Farke.
But his future appears to lie elsewhere and the right offer could see him leave in the coming weeks to make a fresh start.