Liverpool’s Danny Ward is on Norwich City’s radar as is Manchester United’s Dean Henderson as the Canaries assesses their goalkeeper situation.
All the talk over the past week has been about the future of Loris Karius and if Jürgen Klopp will take to the summer transfer window to replace him.
This comes after the former Mainz shot-stopper made two epic mistakes in the Champions League final, calling into question his aptitude for playing for such a big club as Liverpool.
According to Press Association journalist, Nick Mashiter, Norwich City are tracking Manchester United’s Dean Henderson and Liverpool’s Danny Ward, with the view to sign one of them.
Angus Gunn has left the club while Remi Matthews and Michael McGovern aren’t seen to be the answer to the Canaries’ goalkeeping situation.
Danny Ward is an attractive option given his successful time with Huddersfield, helping the Terriers win promotion to the Premier League a year ago.
The Welsh goalkeeper played just one game for Liverpool in the 2017/18 season, during a 2-0 defeat to Leicester City in the Carabao Cup.
As yet, Norwich haven’t made an approach but will continue to monitor both Ward and Dean Henderson.