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Sky Sports: Norwich is not listening to offers from its key players - the league leaders to return to the Premier League |  Sports

Sky Sports: Norwich is not listening to offers from its key players – the league leaders to return to the Premier League | Sports

The transfer window in England opened on Saturday and will close within a month. Norwich, led by Timo Bucky, who were relegated from the Premier League this summer, are leading the championship and enjoying a prominent position at the start of the second half of the season. According to Sky Sports, the club decided To not bid on their stars.

The 2019-20 season Norwich played in the Premier League, but despite a good start, nothing went well. The team finished last with 21 points and had a full 14 points up to Aston Villa in 17th and dry ground.

After this season, left back Jamal Lewis was sold to Newcastle for 15 million pounds and midfielder Ben Godfrey to Everton for 25 million pounds.

Despite this, Norwich starred in the first half of the season and top the slalom league table – by a narrow margin.

  1. Norwich 47 points (23 games)
  2. Swansea 43 points (23 matches)
  3. Bournemouth 41 points (22 matches)
  4. Brentford 41 points (22 matches)
  5. Reading 40 points (23 games)
  6. Watford 37 points (22 matches)
  7. Middlesbrough 36 points (22 matches)
  8. Stoke 35 points (23 matches)

The series consisted of 46 rounds. One and two advance to the Premier League, while teams advance 3-6 between them for the third ticket.

Progress makes the cashier thud

Transfer period is open between January 2nd and February 1st. Rumors have placed Norwich stars in Premier League clubs, but according to Sky Sports, there will be no player sales.

The promotion to the Premier League is said to be worth around € 200m and Norwich wants to invest in getting back into the spotlight. According to Sky Sports, no one in Norwich has requested a transfer and the club has not received any official offers yet.

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Right-back Max Aarons, 21, is said to have sparked interest in Manchester United, while 22-year-old midfielder Todd Cantwell has been appointed to Leeds and Fulham.

This is how Norwich began last Saturday in the 1-0 home win over Barnsley:

Timo Bucky
Todd Cantwell – Mario Franzic – Emiliano Buendia
Kenny MacLean – Oliver Skipp
Jacob Sorensen – Ben Gibson – Grant Hanley – Max Aarons
Tim Kroll

24-year-old Argentine midfielder Emiliano Buendia has also appeared in transfer speculation. He has been linked with Arsenal.

Amy is a key player for us. Norwich coach Daniel Fark said on Saturday that he is our player and he stays with us.

Striker Teemu Pukki tops the squad and is fourth in total, with 11 goals in 21 matches. The 30-year-old Finn, who a year ago intrigued him in many places, is still at the club.