Crystal Palace set sights on Jamal Lewis

Having turned down advances from Liverpool, Norwich are now receiving interest from Crystal Palace who have set their sights on signing 22 year old defender Jamal Lewis.

The Canaries are prepared to let him go but as yet no one has met their demand of £20 million.

The 22-year-old is in high demand among English sides this summer but the Canaries are holding out for a fee of around £20million if they are to let him go.

The Eagles, who made a move for the left-back during the January transfer window, would have to double that offer to get their hands on the Northern Ireland international.

Lewis is a real testament to the youth development at Carrow Road, having come through the youth ranks and played 100 times for the first team.

Should the sale happen it’s likely to aid Norwich in their attempt to sign West Ham striker Jordan Hugill.

Sean Raggett departs Norwich for League One challenge

The centre back has signed a two-year deal at Pompey, where he spent last season on loan.

After a patchy start, the 26-year-old established himself as a regular in Kenny Jackett’s side who were beaten on penalties by Oxford in the playoff semi finals last month.

Raggett arrived at Norwich in 2017 after signing from Lincoln City, and leaves the Canaries having played 2 league games for the club.

Norwich youngster heads to Spain

The 19-year-old scored 6 times for the Canaries’ U23 side this season and will now gain some experience in senior football in the Spanish second tier.

Ahadme, who was born in Morocco, will hope to help Oviedo improve on their 15th placed finish in the Segunda Division this year.

Players such as former Arsenal man Santi Cazorla and ex-Real Madrid and Barcelona star Robert Prosinecki have turned out for Oviedo in the past.

Nine man Norwich City’s misery continues with Burnley defeat

The Canaries had their relegation confirmed last weekend, but first half red cards for Emiliano Buendia and Josip Drmic made it a painful afternoon for the hosts.

Neither side created much in poor first half hour, before Buendia saw red on 35 minutes.

The Argentinian tangled with Ashley Westwood, and after a quick VAR check, referee Kevin Friend sent him off for an elbow.

However, the hosts were not to be rescued by the half time whistle as Drmic reduced them to nine men after a lunge at Erik Pieters and Chris Wood volleyed Burnley in front.

With Norwich out of the game after the break, Burnley pushed for a second goal, as Tim Krul denied Pieters and Jay Rodriguez.

But despite Krul’s best efforts, this was to be a disastrous final home game for Norwich as Ben Godfrey turned into his own net to secure all three points for Burnley.