Norwich City’s Daniel Fark’s team is interested in a summer move for Ryan Gold.
What are we talking about?
That’s according to TEAMtalk, which claims that the Canaries, along with Brighton and Howe Albion, Brentford, Sheffield United, Blackburn Rovers and Swansea City, are closely following the attacking midfielder of SC Farense with a rating of 3.15 million pounds in the summer transfer window.
Norwich, along with other stakeholders, was then reported to have been in contact with the NOS League with a request to be informed of the Scot’s contractual situation, as his current deal with Farense is due to expire this summer.
Finally, TEAMtalk claims that Gold is extremely keen on moving to England, which means that the possibility that he will not agree on a new contract with the Portuguese side and subsequently become available on a free transfer seems highly likely.
Will Gold be a good signature for City?
Weber has to move
So far this season, Gold has been in remarkable form in his 29 NOS appearances for Jorge Costa, with the 25-year-old scoring eight goals, providing six assists and creating 12 great chances, as well as averaging 2.4 shots and 2 rebounds. , 4 key passes per match, which ends with an extremely impressive average rating of the match on SofaScore of 7.39 – ranking him as the best performer of the club in the Portuguese flight.
As such, while Premier League football will undoubtedly be a step up from the Primera Liga, Gold will look like a great candidate to join Norwich to provide them with more firepower next season, and potentially be the player to finally decide riddle number 10 of the club.
In addition, the Scot is currently earning a modest salary of £ 2,700 a week, in addition to the fact that he seems likely to be available to sign for free this summer, a move for the midfielder – whom former Farense manager Sergio Vieira claims to be. “there with the best” players he has worked with – it looks like it will not only benefit the pitch, but also Norwich’s finances.
As such, a move for Gauld is something that should be very high on Stuart Weber’s list of priorities this summer.
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