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Norwich City close in on F91 Dudelange forward Danel Sinani?

Norwich close in on F91 Dudelange forward Sinani?
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Norwich City are reportedly closing in on a move for Luxembourg international and F91 Dudelange midfielder Danel Sinani.

Norwich City are reportedly closing in a move for F91 Dudelange midfielder Danel Sinani, with the Luxembourg international set to become their third signing of the January transfer window.

The Canaries are currently bottom of the Premier League, having won just four matches in the league this season.

According to The Pink Un, Norwich are close to agreeing to a deal for Sinani, who has scored 21 goals this season for F91 Dudelange.

The report adds that Rayo Vallecano's Adrian Embarba and Napoli's Amin Younes are also targets for the club.

Sinani has struck four times in the Europa League this season and scored a brace against Sevilla during the group stages.

The 22-year-old is naturally left-footed and can play from either flank, and will likely fill the spot vacated by Manchester City loanee Patrick Roberts, who returned to his parent club.

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· Comeback queen and super-mum Helen Glover goes for her third Olympic gold alongside Polly Swann in the women's pair final (1.30am)
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