City tipped to Coyne it in with keeper
PUBLISHED: 13:23 23 April 2007 | UPDATED: 10:15 14 September 2010
Wales international Danny Coyne is the latest goalkeeper to be linked with the Canaries. The 33-year-old, capped 10 times by his country, is out of contract at Burnley at the end of the season.
Wales international Danny Coyne is the latest goalkeeper to be linked with the Canaries.
The 33-year-old, capped 10 times by his country, is out of contract at Burnley at the end of the season.
A national newspaper claims City are interested in Coyne, who sat on the bench when Burnley beat Peter Grant's men 3-0 at Turf Moor last Tuesday.
Meanwhile, current first choice Tony Warner, on loan from Fulham, has admitted he would like to stay on at Carrow Road.
Warner, 32, who has played the last 11 games for City, said after yesterday's derby draw with Ipswich he would be tempted by a permanent deal.
He said: “I've not spoken to the manager here yet, but I'd like to stay if there was a possibility. This is a great club. You only have to look at the set-up and the manager is working to get them into the Premiership. I've not had a chat with anyone at Fulham yet. I popped back just after Chris Coleman left, but I guess it will be the summer before I get the time to do it.”
City have used five goalkeepers this season - Paul Gallacher plus four loan signings in Jamie Ashdown, Lee Camp, David Marshall and Warner.
Cardiff's Scottish goalkeeper Neil Alexander, also out of contract this summer, is another who has been linked with the Canaries.