Norwich City have reportedly put a £20 million price tag on star winger Robbie Brady in a bid to fend off interest from other teams in one of their main assets.
The 24-year-old significantly enhanced his growing reputation at Euro 2016 where he scored twice for his national team the Republic of Ireland.
That form led to admiring glances from several Premier League clubs, including champions Leicester City. However, they have apparently now baulked at the Canaries' valuation of Brady and are considering moving onto other targets.
Brady still has two years left on his contract at Carrow Road and manager Alex Neil has insisted that the club are under no pressure to sell their prized assets.