Angus Gunn poised to rejoin Norwich from Southampton in £10m deal

Angus Gunn poised to rejoin Norwich City from Southampton in £10m deal… with ex-England U21 goalkeeper – son of former Canaries No 1 Bryan – ready to challenge Tim Krul

  • Initial fee of £5.5m, which could rise up to £10m, for the 25-year-old
  • Personal terms expected to be finalised when Gunn returns from holiday
  • The goalkeeper spent a season on loan at his hometown club in 2017/18

Norwich are closing in on a deal to bring goalkeeper Angus Gunn back to Carrow Road from Southampton. 

A fee in the region of £5.5million, which could rise up to close to £10m, is being discussed, with personal terms set to be finalised once Gunn returns from holiday.

The 25-year-old – son of former Canaries number one Bryan, who went on to manage the Norfolk club – had a spell on loan at Stoke last season after falling down the pecking order at St Mary’s.

Norwich closing in on a deal to bring Angus Gunn back to Carrow Road from Southampton

Gunn spent a season-long loan at his hometown club in 2017/18 before returning to parent club Manchester City ahead of a £10million move to Southampton later that summer.

Norwich are looking to bring in additional cover for Tim Krul, who is away with Holland at Euro 2020, and Northern Ireland stopper Michael McGovern. 

Norwegian Orjan Nyland is not expected to extend his stay following a short-term deal at the club.

Gunn spent a season on loan at Norwich 2017/18 before returning to Manchester City

Aston Villa are set to complete a club-record transfer of Canaries midfielder Emi Buendia, currently on international duty with Argentina.

Canaries head coach Daniel Farke will be keen to quickly reinvest the fee, reported to be around £30m, to strengthen the squad following promotion to the Premier League after winning a second Sky Bet Championship title in three years.

Koln defender Sebastiaan Bornauw is one reported target, while interest in Norway forward Josh King, released by Everton, is said to have cooled over wages.




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