With a busy summer ahead of Stuart Webber and David Wagner, decisions are set to be made on a number of Norwich City's current squad. Samuel Seaman weighs in on who the Canaries should keep, loan and sell.

Angus Gunn

One of few to emerge from the dismal 2022-23 season in credit, there's no doubt selling Angus Gunn would be an unproductive move at this stage.

One to build this new Norwich City side around. Keep

Tim Krul

His lap of appreciation felt like a goodbye tour, and that may be for good reason.

After years of strong service to the club, sitting on the bench for another campaign seems unlikely to excite him, and he'll be absorbing some significant wages for a backup. Sell

The Pink Un: There was an air of goodbye about Tim Krul's lap of appreciation.There was an air of goodbye about Tim Krul's lap of appreciation. (Image: Daniel Hambury/Focus Images Ltd)

Max Aarons

This decision already appears to have been made, with Webber admitting in his recent round of interviews that it's time to move Aarons on.

His stagnation appears to have turned into regression this season, so that seems the best decision for all parties. Sell

Bali Mumba

After an impressive season winning League One with Plymouth Argyle, City fans are excited to see Bali Mumba back on the scene.

That's with good reason given the talent he clearly has, and Aarons' apparent exit point looks like the perfect time for him to return. Keep

Andrew Omobamidele

Given Webber's assertion that he turned down a bid worth more than Ben Godfrey's exit fee in January, Andrew Omobamidele's market value looks like it's too much for City to ignore.

A strong young talent, but not consistent enough to justify turning down those sorts of sums if similar offers are received this summer. Sell

Grant Hanley

As impressive as Grant Hanley has been at times over the last few years, there isn't long left for City to cash in on their captain.

He's 31 now, and his departure could relieve Norwich of some significant wages. Sell

Ben Gibson

Another player whose age is a factor, Ben Gibson has looked like he's slowing down since an injury towards the back end of the 2020-21 campaign.

A hard worker and a strong character, but one who could be moved on this summer given the chance. Sell

Jonathan Tomkinson

A highly rated talent behind the scenes at Colney, Jonathan Tomkinson could have a big future with the Canaries.

Impressed on loan at Stevenage, and will hope to be next off the very strong academy production line. Keep

Dimitris Giannoulis

A strong technical player, but Dimitris Giannoulis hasn't been consistent enough to justify star man status even at Championship level.

As a player with some value when revenue is needed and clubs are interested, now may be a good time for City to move him on. Sell

The Pink Un: Dimitris Giannoulis is the subject of interest from two Russian clubs.Dimitris Giannoulis is the subject of interest from two Russian clubs. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

Sam McCallum

Sam McCallum has similarly struggled for consistency, but at 22 has plenty of time to improve on that.

A decent Championship full-back, and one who could continue to improve at Carrow Road. Keep

Kenny McLean

Getting towards the twilight of his career, but City will want to preserve some experience in their dressing room at a difficult time.

Performed admirably last season, earning second place in the club's player of the season vote. Keep

The Pink Un: Kenny McLean had an impressive season last term.Kenny McLean had an impressive season last term. (Image: Daniel Hambury/Focus Images Ltd)

Jacob Sorensen

Keeping him in his preferred defensive midfield position is crucial, but Jacob Sorensen showed in wins over Blackburn Rovers and Millwall how important he could be for City in future. Keep

Liam Gibbs

While much of City's youth has failed to impress in recent times, Liam Gibbs had a 2022-23 season that promises an exciting future.

Consistency, once again, must improve, but his versatility and endeavour will be useful as the Norfolk side navigate the second tier battlefield. Keep

Gabriel Sara

More than one tempting offer is likely to come in for Gabriel Sara given the levels of interest in him already after an impressive debut season in England.

Retaining some quality in this squad is essential, however, and Webber should look elsewhere to raise funds. Keep

Marcelino Nunez

A mixed first season at the club, but Marcelino Nunez showed that he has the quality to be effective in the Championship.

A proper summer break should provide him with a significant boost after almost 18 months of non-stop football. Keep

Tony Springett

Tony Springett has had a taste of life out on loan, but didn't get enough time with Derby County to warrant a step up to regular starting berths in the Championship.

Another temporary move could be exactly what the young winger needs. Loan

Jonathan Rowe

Jonathan Rowe can be viewed similarly, without even a minute played out on loan.

The wide man is clearly a talented presence, but looks raw against strong defences and needs to hone his skills with regular game time. Loan

Onel Hernandez

His new contract virtually rules him out of a sale, but Onel Hernandez's dressing room status means keeping him would have been astute in any case.

Also a very capable operator at Championship level, and has thrived under Wagner. Keep

The Pink Un: Onel Hernandez is a favourite amongst fans and in the dressing room.Onel Hernandez is a favourite amongst fans and in the dressing room. (Image: Matt Wilkinson/Focus Images Ltd)

Przemyslaw Placheta

Even putting aside the mysterious injury that kept him out of the vast majority of last term, Przemyslaw Placheta's City career only appears to be heading in one direction.

Has really struggled to turn his athletic capability into footballing success. Sell

Christos Tzolis

A curious case where all three options seem valid. But a loan to FC Twente in Holland appeared to change very little, so the most likely way to extract his best seems to be a season of playing regularly in Norfolk.

Whether he can produce the form to do that remains questionable. Keep

Milot Rashica

Now to the opposite end of the scale, where Milot Rashica's situation is as cut and dried as they come.

He'd like to move on, as would the club. Sell

Abu Kamara

Abu Kamara is rated very highly behind the scenes at Colney, but is yet to look comfortable in a competitive first-team environment.

A move to get some games could help toughen him up in the way it did Todd Cantwell. Loan

Adam Idah

Some would suggest that Adam Idah needs a loan, but that ship already appears to have sailed for the 22-year-old.

The story of him playing at Old Trafford instead of going to Doncaster Rovers temporarily sounds like a fairytale, but would his career have been better served had the other option been chosen?

Plenty to prove in yellow and green, but with his hefty contract it'll be Wagner's task to make sure he does. Keep

The Pink Un: Adam Idah has struggled to fulfil the potential City decision makers see in him.Adam Idah has struggled to fulfil the potential City decision makers see in him. (Image: Daniel Hambury/Focus Images Ltd)

Josh Sargent

Prior to the World Cup, there seemed little question as to whether Josh Sargent would be playing in the Championship next season.

But after a barren few months, that seems less of an option. Interest will still remain present for a player so young and yet so experienced on the world stage, however, and cashing in could be a good option.

Three similar striking options for Norwich now that Ashley Barnes has arrived at Carrow Road. Sell