Norwich are set to welcome offers for James Maddison as the club prepares to deal with financial changes ahead of the 2018/2019 campaign.
The 21-year-old has attracted Premier League interest courtesy of his lasting impression in the Championship last season.
Maddison registered 15 goals and 11 assist in 47 appearances across the Championship and EFL Cup as well as earning up his first call-up to the England U21 squad.
He has now been tipped to seal a move to the top flight, with Liverpool, Everton and Leicester all having been identified as possible suitors.
Norwich could open the exit door for Maddison in light of their parachute payments being dropped ahead of the new season, according to the Mirror.
Liverpool’s rumoured interest diffused some weeks ago, with Jurgen Klopp prioritising a ready-made replacement for Philippe Coutinho.
Any potential pursuit for additional reinforcements is likely to be put back following the collapse of Nabil Fekir’s £53million move to Anfield.
Maddison’s playing style was typified in January when it emerged he had created more chances by that point in the season than any player from Europe’s top five leagues. ‘Playmaker’ seems an appropriate description.
A switch to Everton could cause some controversy in the Maddison household, with the midfielder’s mum known to be a big Liverpool supporter.