Aston Villa boss Roberto Di Matteo has reportedly dropped his interest in Norwich City's Irish winger Robbie Brady, report the Birmingham Mail.
Brady has been heavily linked with a move away from Carrow Road with clubs such as Southampton, Stoke, Hull, Premier League Champions Leicester and obviously Villa reportedly interested.
He started all four of Ireland's games at Euro 2016 and scored twice playing in a more central role than he does here at City in the final two games.
After his impressive performances, Brady is bound to be heading away from us in the summer window, but, Villa seem to have decided they won't be able to get a hold of him, and I am sure he would also much rather play Champions League with Leicester City.
With a fee of around £12 million being talked about, which would be represent a handy £5 million profit since him signing at the start of last season, maybe we should in this instance bite the bullet and sell, as we are unlikely to get more for him at any tie in the future