norwich city, Norwich City’s stance on potential deal for rising star emerges

Norwich City’s stance on potential deal for rising star emerges

Norwich City are not looking to sign Gangwon FC winger Yang Min-Hyuk this summer, a report from the Pink Un has clarified.

Norwich City are going to be in for a busy summer transfer window.

They’ve got a new boss at the helm in the form of Johannes Hoff Thorup while Ben Knapper is now sporting director. The duo will be keen to work well together to turn the Canaries into a promotion-winning side after last year’s disappointment.

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Under the guide of David Wagner, the East Anglian outfit did well to earn a play-off finish but after a 0-0 draw in their play-off semi-final first leg against Leeds United, they suffered a humbling 4-0 defeat.

Focus has quickly switched to this summer though and players have already been linked with Norwich City.

One man mentioned in reports over in Korea is 18-year-old winger Yang Min-Hyuk, but local outlet the Pink Un now states that the Gangwon prospect is not a target at Carrow Road.

Min-Hyuk is on the up having notched four goals and three assists in 16 games in South Korea’s top-flight but reports that he is wanted by Norwich City have been dismissed.

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A long summer ahead

As Norwich City head into a busy summer transfer window, there is bound to be plenty of speculation.

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Some links will come to fruition and eye-catching additions will be made, but others, much like the Min-Hyuk rumours, will be dismissed and nothing will come of the reported interest.

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It will be the focus of Thorup and Knapper to ignore speculation and remain dialled in on the task at hand. Plenty of business is needed to turn the Canaries into a serious promotion contender and the new boss will be determined to make a real mark on his squad.

They have plenty of time to get deals done, but the sooner signings are made the better. It gives Thorup weeks to work with his new additions and for the players to settle in before Championship action returns in August.

One signing already made

Norwich City have already made early inroads in their summer recruitment drive.

Panama international Jose Cordoba has agreed to join the Canaries from Bulgarian outfit Levski Sofia, coming in as a much-needed option as a left-footed centre-back.

He looks to be a shrewd addition for the Canaries with plenty of time for the 23-year-old to settle in at Carrow Road. Hopefully, more new faces will follow him through the door sooner rather than later, but it looks as though Korean prospect Min-Hyuk is not on the radar and will not be on the way in.

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