Norwich City boss Daniel Farke has issued a 'hands off' warning to Premier League clubs keen on signing the Canaries prize assets during the January transfer window.

The Carrow Road club plan to reject any offers for Emiliano Buendia, Max Aarons and Todd Cantwell who have all be star performers for the Championship leaders this season.

Aarons is wanted by Manchester United while Buendia and Cantwell are being tracked by Arsenal and Leeds United respectively.

The trio, who all impressed for Norwich in the Premier League despite relegation last season, were linked with moves away from the Norfolk club in the summer - with Aarons coming close to signing for Barcelona

Norwich lost Ben Godfrey to Everton and Jamal Lewis and Newcastle United in the summer and Farke is keen not to lose anymore key personnel.


SHANE Duffy could be heading for Nottingham Forest after his dream move to Celtic has turned out to be a nightmare.

The Republic of Ireland international joined the Bhoys on a season-long loan deal from Brighton and despite an impressive start to live at Celtic Park, the defender hasn't started a match since the 4-1 defeat against Sparta Prague in early November.

While Forest are unlikely to make a move during the January transfer window for the former Blackburn Rovers centre back, they will continue to monitor the situation and make a move in the summer for Duffy who who has mainly been used as a substitute for the Scottish champions in recent weeks.

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QPR and Swansea City have both been linked with Crawley Town's in-form striker Max Watters.

The 21-year-old has scored 13 goals in 15 League Two outings for Crawley after being released by Doncaster Rovers in the summer.

League One sides, Peterborough and MK Dons, are also interested while clubs from Belgium, Germany and France are monitoring the situation.

SHEFFIELD Wednesday striker Josh Windass is wanted by new West Brom boss Sam Allardyce.

The new Baggies boss is keen to bolster his attacking options but could face competition from Championship high-flyers Bournemouth and Watford

The former Accrington Stanley and Rangers forward could be available for as little as £400,000.

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DERBY County's young attacking midfielder Jason Knight is attracting the attentions of Premier League sides Crystal Palace and West Ham.

While the Rams have struggled this season, the 19-year-old Irishman has been in great form for the Rams this season and has become a real fan favourite amongst Derby supporters having already made more than 50 appearances and has scored eight goals.

His performances in the Championship has also earned him three Republic of Ireland caps.

Nottingham Forest boss Chris Hughton has identified West Brom's Kamil Grosicki as his first signing.

Forest were linked with the Polish winger in the summer but then Baggies boss Slaven Bilic wasn't keen for him to leave the Hawthorns on a loan deal.

However since Sam Allardyce was appointed West Brom boss last month, a deal for the former Hull City man could be revived.