So what would City have to pay for Ipswich youngster, according to Paul Lambert?
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Norwich City would have to pay “a hell of a lot of money” if they wanted to sign Ipswich Town youngster Andre Dozzell.
The 20-year-old midfielder - who has been capped by England up to Under-20 level - is now heading into the final year of his Portman Road contract and is the subject of interest from various Premier League clubs, including, reportedly, Townb's most bitter rivals.
"If it's a Premier League club it will be for a hell of a lot of money, but I've not heard anything like that," said Ipswich's former Canaries boss Paul Lambert.
"Dozzell's been playing really well but if a Premier League club comes knocking then it would have to be a hell of a lot of money.
"You would have to spend a lot of money.
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"He's a really good footballer, the lad. Really technical and a really good footballer.
"He's got a lovely left foot and is still learning the game."
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