PODCAST: Norwich City transfer window special
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With so many different transfer rumours and links involving Norwich City recently, the Pink Un Podcast crew convened to discuss all the potential Canaries exits and arrivals.
From Liverpool being strongly linked with Jamal Lewis, to Ben Godfrey and Max Aarons being linked with big moves abroad and Emi Buendia being suggested as a target for Leeds, the rumour mill has really kicked up a gear in the last week.
Tom Trybull is also said to be a player who could potentially be leaving City as the club returns to the Championship, alongside fellow midfielder Moritz Leitner and striker Josip Drmic.
Teemu Pukki has been caught up in an unusual transfer tale involving Turkish club Besiktas and a few links to possible new signings have also emerged.
Wolves defender Ryan Bennett’s possible return to Carrow Road, interest in Fulham centre-back Alfie Mawson and Paris Saint-Germain’s defensive talent Loic Mbe Soh have kept the pot bubbling - with the Canaries having already brought in nine players ahead of the new campaign.
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Paddy Davitt and Dave Freezer gave their views on all of those issues and plenty more alongside EDP and Evening News columnist David Hannant, as silly season gets into full swing.
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- 1 MATCHDAY RECAP: Hornets frustrate City in title tussle
- 2 'Blown away' - Gibson reveals how City wooed him for Premier League push
- 3 City ace Krul reflects on Premier League interest
- 4 Paddy's Pointers: Five observations from the Canaries' 1-0 defeat against Watford
- 5 Paddy Davitt: Player ratings after Canaries' 1-0 Watford defeat
- 6 Farke laments 'average' City display in Watford defeat
- 7 City lose Giannoulis appeal; three-game ban stands
- 8 Webber reveals he turned down 'massive job' to stay at City
- 9 Norwich City v Watford: everything you need to know
- 10 City miss chance to secure title in Watford defeat