Burnley’s hopes of re-signing striker Jay Rodriguez hang in the balance, with reports Norwich have now joined his growing number of suitors. The 29-year-old looks set to leave West Brom this summer after the Baggies failed to make it out of the Championship at the first time of asking.
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He enjoyed a return to form in England’s second tier last term, netting 22 Championship goals from 45 appearances and those numbers have prompted interest from a number of clubs. Rodriguez scored 41 goals from 128 appearances in all competitions for the Clarets during a five-year stint at the club earlier in his career and it is thought boss Sean Dyche is keen to bring him back to Turf Moor.
Leicester City, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Sheffield United are all said to be in the frame and now the Canaries have thrown their hat into the ring, according to the Burnley Express. West Brom have reportedly set his valuation at £5m but clubs would then have to pay £5m in add-ons.