Norwich City striker Simeon Jackson rumoured to be a transfer target for Wolves
PUBLISHED: 10:02 17 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:02 17 January 2013
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Wolves are reported to be considering a £1m move for City striker Simeon Jackson.
New manager Dean Saunders has made signing a striker his top priority. The Championship club’s head of development and recruitment, Kevin Thelwell, watched the 25-year-old Jackson in action in Saturday’s goalless draw against Newcastle.
Jackson has scored three times in 15 appearances for City this season, his latest goal coming in the 3-0 FA Cup win at Peterborough.
The Canaries are also reported to be rivals with Ipswich for keeper Lee Camp, who can leave Nottingham Forest on a free transfer. Camp, 28, made three appearances for Norwich during a three-month loan spell in 2006, but one national newspaper claims Town boss Mick McCarthy hopes to tempt him with a better chance of first-team football. Camp was dropped for young Karl Darlow as Forest beat Peterborough 2-1 on Saturday.
Swansea striker Danny Graham, linked with the Canaries, is keen to hold talks with Sunderland, according to The Sun. QPR and Reading are also reported to be chasing Gateshead-born Graham, who is said to be keen to return to the North East.