Premier League champions Leicester City are weighing up a move for Norwich City’s Robbie Brady, according to the Mirror.
The twenty-four year old was one of the stand out performers for the Republic of Ireland at this summer’s European Championships, scoring a late winner against Italy in their final group game while he also netted an early penalty in the 2-1 defeat to hosts France on Sunday afternoon, a result which saw Martin O’Neill’s side eliminated.
Brady still has two years remaining on his current deal having moved to Carrow Road from Hull City for £7m twelve months ago.
He played in all but two of the Canaries’ league games last season, scoring three goals but was unable to help them avoid relegation to the Championship.
Nevertheless, Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri is a fan, and could lodge a bid as his side prepare for a busy 2016/17 campaign.