Norwich City are interested in signing Reading winger Tom Ince this summer. 

Sky Sports are reporting that City are pushing to sign the 31-year-old winger. 

Ince is reportedly available for a release figure of £50,000 following the Royals relegation from the Championship last season. 

Several Championship clubs have been linked with Ince ahead of the summer - with Norwich reportedly among the list of suitors for the former Blackpool and Stoke man.

Ince has played under David Wagner before at Huddersfield in the Premier League. The Terriers paid a reported £10m to sign him from Derby. 

The England youth international, son of Manchester United legend Paul, played 37 times under Wagner at Huddersfield. 

Ince relished playing under the German, believing his style was perfect for extracting his quality on a consistent basis. 

"The way he played suited me, I felt. It is not similar but along the same lines as how Steve McClaren played, that expansive attacking football, wanting his forward players to have freedom to play and that's what suits me down to the ground," Ince said back in 2017. 

"Not only that but his desire and passion to continue his style and his ideas at the top level."

Ince stood out in a Reading side that were relegated last season - netting nine goals and registering four assists. 

Norwich are in the market for experience this summer having already added Ashley Barnes and Jack Stacey to their ranks this summer. 

Ince, 31, would tick that box and bring Championship know-how as City seek to churn their squad following a disappointing campaign last season. 

The Canaries are also working on a deal to sign free agent Shane Duffy following his release from Fulham at the end of his short term stay at Craven Cottage.