Norwich City weighing up summer move for Wales international Will Vaulks as Championship leaders look to act on long-held admiration for £7m-rated Cardiff City midfielder
- Norwich City are plotting a summer move for Cardiff City midfielder Will Vaulks
- The Wales international has impressed for the Bluebirds in their play-off push
- The former Rotherham United captain is now valued at around £7million
Norwich City have revived their interest in Wales international midfielder Will Vaulks.
The Championship leaders are weighing up potential signings for the summer and have long held admiration for Vaulks who has impressed once again at Cardiff City this season.
The 27-year old has been one of the most consistent performers in the Championship, making 38 appearances and scoring four, often spectacular, goals during Cardiff’s push for promotion via the play-offs.
Norwich City have revived their interest in Wales international midfielder Will Vaulks
Norwich followed Vaulks previously when he was captain at Rotherham United. He joined Cardiff for £2.1million and is now valued around £7m.
Though promotion back to the Premier League is in sight, Norwich are wary of continued interest from top flight clubs in stars such as Todd Cantwell, Emi Buendia and Max Aarons. They have worked well to identify bargain signings from abroad but are also assessing who else could add depth to their squad.
Vaulks has also had interest from Sheffield United but much will depend on who succeeds Chris Wilder as permanent manager.
Vaulks was given his international debut by Ryan Giggs but last played for Wales in their 3-0 defeat to England at Wembley in October.
Wales caretaker boss Robbie Page has not ruled out a recall and while sceptical, Vaulks says he won’t give up trying.
The Cardiff City midfielder also had interest from Sheffield United when Chris Wilder was boss
‘I can only focus on Cardiff and it’s going pretty well. I am performing at a decent level,’ said Vaulks. ‘I will always try and improve and get better. Keep knocking on the door and you never know the phone call might come.
‘I have never given up on anything. I don’t think I can do much more – I’m not saying I’m playing unbelievably week-in, week-out, but I think I’ve done enough.
‘It’s out of my hands and will keep performing and hopefully they see something because I think I can offer something.’
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