Date: 24th August 2017 at 5:18pm
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Leeds winger,Stuart Dallas is a target for Norwich City before the transfer window closes according to Phil Hay of the Yorkshire Evening Post, as reported by the EDP



Yorkshire Evening Post reporter, Phil Hay used his Twitter account to tweet the following on Thursday afternoon:

‘Good contact down south says Norwich City want Stuart Dallas. Looks like part of the plans at Leeds but current deal is up next June.’

Dallas is 26 and big pals with Northern Ireland international team mate, Kyle Lafferty.

He is in the final year of his contract which seems to have alerted City to his availability.

He has scored 9 goals in 89 appearances for Leeds since joining from Brentford two years ago – he won the Players’ Player of the Year award at the end of that season and is a powerful dynamic Championship player.

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Do we really need another winger though? There may well be moves afoot in terms of both ins and outs and with Ben Godfrey having moved on loan to Shrewsbury today, that could trigger another defender or midfielder incoming.

I would be happier with a week to go though, with City being linked to strikers instead. Having said that, there has been very little warning of the arrival of any of this summer’s new signings so who knows?

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5 Replies to “Norwich Interest In Stuart Dallas”

  • Sorry if that didn’t read correctly, mate – a striker and a defender are on my wish list, not so sure about a winger…

  • We have spent the last 3 or 4 seasons needlessly overloading the top end of the midfield…an odd phenomenon.

  • Football is changing. Considering its simplicity surprising its taken so long. It’s been a long evolution and its still a long way from the transition to highly tuned athletes that rugby union that has seen at senior level. Nevertheless I feel it is inevitable that big players interchanging positions across the field will be the conclusion. The Dutch dream of total football with the injection of sports science.

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