Paul Lambert to receive funds from Norwich City board

Paul Lambert
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Norwich City manager Paul Lambert will be provided with money to improve the playing squad at Carrow Road, according to the club's chief executive.

Paul Lambert has been told by Norwich City's chief executive that he will be given any spare cash the club has in the summer.

The Canaries are currently 11th in the Premier League but the Norfolk side are only four points behind seventh-placed Everton.

The club's chief executive David McNally has admitted that there will not be large amounts of money available to Lambert but is determined to provide the Scot with funding.

McNally said: "We are a co-operative and any spare cash goes to the football manager. While we are here managing the club, that will be the case."

Lambert has enjoyed two promotions during his time at Norwich City.

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