Neil Adams: 'No plans to sell more players this summer'

Norwich manager Neil Adams prior to kick-off against Liverpool in the Premier League match on April 20, 2014
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Neil Adams insists that Norwich City are not planning to sell another member of the first team this summer.

Norwich City manager Neil Adams has insisted that he has no intention of selling any more players before the end of the transfer window.

The Canaries were expected to lose a number of key players following their relegation from the Premier League, but only recent Hull City signing Robert Snodgrass has returned to the top flight of English football, and Adams is hopeful that there won't be any further departures.

"There will be plenty of bids and we will knock them all back as best we can unless and until it becomes like the Robert Snodgrass situation, when it reaches a point you have to do business," the Norwich boss told the Eastern Daily Press.

"We have said we don't need to sell many times, and that included Robert Snodgrass, and we will be trying our hardest to keep each and every single one of them.

"Of course speculation and rumours will be rife."

Adams expressed his desire to keep Leroy Fer earlier this week after the Dutch midfielder was linked with Queens Park Rangers.

Neil Adams manager of Norwich City looks on prior to the Barclays Premier League match between Fulham and Norwich City at Craven Cottage on April 12, 2014
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