Newcastle 'interested in signing Todd Cantwell from Norwich'

Newcastle are ‘interested in signing Todd Cantwell from Norwich’ with a fee worth ‘£15-20m’ enough for the Canaries to consider selling the player in the final year of his contract

  • Newcastle are interested in making a move for Norwich star Todd Cantwell
  • The 23-year-old has made just eight appearances for the Canaries this season 
  • Cantwell is in the final year of his deal but Norwich have an option to extend 

Newcastle are reportedly interested in making a move for Norwich City midfielder Todd Cantwell.

The Magpies are expected to be busy during the January transfer window following the takeover of the club last year.

Eddie Howe’s side are expected to confirm the signing of Kieran Trippier but they could be set to make a further addition this month.

Newcastle are reportedly interested in making a move for Norwich star Todd Cantwell

Sky Sports have reported that they are interested in Norwich player Cantwell.

The 23-year-old’s contract expires in the summer but the Canaries do have the option to extend for a further year.

However, he is struggling for game-time at Carrow Road, having made just two starts since Dean Smith was appointed manager.

Eddie Howe’s side are expected to be busy in the January window following their takeover

It is said that Newcastle would have to pay a sum in the region of around £15 to 20 million for Norwich to consider selling.

The report states that another unnamed Premier League side are also interested in Cantwell. 

Cantwell has made eight appearances for Norwich this season but has failed to register a goal or provide an assist. 

If the move were to take place it would see them sell the player to one of their direct rivals in the fight to stay in the league. 

Newcastle are one point ahead of Norwich in the table with the pair occupying the bottom two places in the standings. 

Howe has struggled for game-time at Norwich this season making just eight appearances




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