Championship duo Norwich City and Brentford are both considering a move for French midfielder William Hondermarck, who is playing for Drogheda United of the Irish First Division.

The Irish Sun are reporting that Championship sides Norwich City and Brentford are keen on France midfielder William Hondermarck.

The young midfielder has been catching the eyes of scouts across the United Kingdom, with Scottish side Dundee United also looking at a possible move for Hondermarck.

The youngster made a name for himself last season, breaking into the side at just 17-years-old. In the 2017/18 Irish League campaign, Hondermarck made 14 League appearances for the Irish outfit, and has gone on to maintain his place in the starting eleven this season.

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The 18-year-old has played 10 matches this season, proving his versatility by playing in a number of positions. Hondermarck has played in centre midfield mainly, but has played in a more advanced role in attacking midfield on occasions, as well as on the right wing.

After impressing in training sessions in the UK, Norwich are reportedly in negotiations with Drogheda over a possible move for the Frenchman. Dundee United are also in talks with the Irish side over a move for the midfielder, but Brentford could yet make an offer to try and tempt him to London.

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