Norwich City will have to increase their bid to a club-record £10m to land Lokomotiv Moscow striker Dame N'Doye, according to a report.
Norwich City have reportedly been told to increase their bid if they want to land Lokomotiv Moscow striker Dame N'Doye.
The Canaries' initial offer of £6m for the Senegal forward was rebuffed by the Russian side.
Manager Chris Hughton is determined to land the striker but has been told that to get the 28-year-old, they must pay a club-record fee of £10m, reports The Mirror.
Norwich have already signed Ricky van Wolfswinkel this summer, as Hughton looks to reshape his attacking options in his squad.
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