LEICESTER and Newcastle have joined the queue of clubs interested in signing Norwich star Todd Cantwell this summer.
The 22-year-old midfielder has been a rare positive from a dismal season for the relegated Canaries.
And according to MailOnline, two more clubs have have joined the chase.
Manchester United, Tottenham, Liverpool and German giants Bayern Munich are all monitoring the England U21 man.
Cantwell, who has previously enjoyed a spell on loan at Fortuna Sittard in Holland, is under contract at Carrow Road until 2021.
But if Spurs manage to get an offer accepted, the player might have a tough choice to make – as he is a boyhood Arsenal fan.
Norwich defeated Tottenham in the FA Cup earlier this season, winning on a penalty shoot-out.
The youngster confidently netted in the shootout, playing some keepy-ups before slotting his spot-kick and then shushing the crowd.
But Spurs have been handed a boost by the news that the Canaries’ £30million asking price for Cantwell has reportedly seen Liverpool take a step back.
And with Norwich facing up to Championship football again next season, they could well cash in on one of their brightest talents.