Report: Norwich City agree fee for coveted Reading midfielder Aaron Tshibola

Everton's Leon Osman and Reading's Aaron Tshibola jump for a header

Norwich City, Aston Villa and Celtic have all been linked with Reading’s Aaron Tshibola.

Everton's Leon Osman and Reading's Aaron Tshibola jump for a header

According to The Mirror, Norwich City have agreed a fee in the region of £2 million for Aaron Tshibola.

The report claims that the Canaries are looking to get a deal done quickly for the Reading man as a number of other clubs are said to be monitoring his situation.

Norwich suffered relegation from the Premier League last campaign, but they enter the Championship much better off financially and boasting a squad capable of making an immediate return to the top-flight.

Norwich manager Alex Neil

The club currently have a number of experienced players in their side, therefore boss Alex Neil has made signing younger stars a priority this summer as the looks to build for the future.

A recent exclusive report by HITC highlighted Norwich’s interest in Tshibola, although they are joined by the likes of Aston Villa and Celtic, who are also keen on the Reading youngster.

New Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is also looking to build for the future with the Hoops, and he was reported to be informed about Tshibola by his number two Chris Davies who recently joined him from the Royals.

Norwich manager Alex Neil talks to his players

Tshibola is a highly-rated midfielder who impressed last season before seeing his campaign cruelly end as early as February as a result of a hamstring injury, although he is now back to full fitness.

The powerful 21-year-old is a former England youth international and has a very bright future ahead of him.

Norwich manager Alex Neil applauds the fans at the end of the match after being relegated from the Barclays Premier League

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