Grant ready to turn to his loan arranger

Peter Grant hopes to be a little clearer in the coming week over which players could be available to come on loan to Norwich City. A week's cooling off period following the January transfer window has now finished and Grant revealed that he and his staff will start looking for definite answers over what players are available.

Peter Grant hopes to be a little clearer in the coming week over which players could be available to come on loan to Norwich City.

A week's cooling off period following the January transfer window has now finished and Grant revealed that he and his staff will start looking for definite answers over what players are available.

It represents the first opportunity for new club liaison officer Bryan Gunn to conduct some transfer business in his new role for the Canaries. It is hoped the former City goalkeeper can take some of the transfer burden off Grant so the manager can concentrate on matters on the training field.

Grant said: “You often see very little movement in the first week because managers say 'we're not sure yet', so the first week you spend on the phone and that's one of the reasons that Gunny came in.


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“You want to know for a fact that they (clubs) are going to allow them out. I think that's the most important thing, hopefully we'll get a few answers back this week on that and then we can move that forward, hopefully.”

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