Neil: No deal done for Irish ace Brady
Norwich City have admitted that Republic of Ireland international Robbie Brady has been the subject of interest from other clubs, but as of yet, no fee has been agreed with any potential suitor.
Brady returned to the Canaries starting lineup for last night's FA Cup third round defeat to Southampton after serving a three-match ban, but speculation continues to surround his future at Carrow Road.
The former Manchester United player joined the club from Hull in a £7m switch in 2015, with the club now believed to be holding out for a fee in the region of £12m for the in-demand player.
Manager Alex Neil says that the player is going nowhere for the moment.
"There's obviously been teams interested in Robbie but we're not anywhere near a deal with anybody," he said.
"I'm not going to go into the nuts and bolts of it but the point of it is there's no deal for Robbie Brady anywhere near done. That's what I'd say and you can pick the bones out of that whatever way you like."
Brady was previously the subject of interest from Aston Villa, the Dubliner having played under Villans boss Steve Bruce at Hull.