Republic of Ireland's Robbie Brady scores against Italy
Having lost manager Ronald Koeman to Everton, Southampton confirmed the appointment of new boss Claude Puel on Thursday - and will now be looking for more new signings.
The Saints landed their first signing of the summer last weekend by snapping up Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond, and having lost Sadio Mane and Victor Wanyama to Liverpool and Tottenham respectively, another raid on the Canaries could be imminent.
Reports from The Mirror suggest that Southampton have contacted Norwich about another deal, with Euro 2016 Robbie Brady their latest target.
Brady, 24, was on the books with Manchester United before a 2013 move to Hull City following two loan spells with the Tigers, and he made his name at the KC Stadium with 14 goals in 124 games.
The Irishman moved on to Norwich City last summer, notching three goals and two assists in the Premier League last season - but after the Canaries were relegated to the Championship, Brady could be available this summer.
Brady, who can play at either left back or on the left of midfield, enjoyed a superb European Championships with Ireland, impressing for Martin O'Neill's men in France as his performances triggered Premier League interest.
The Mirror claim that Southampton have enquired about the possibility of landing Brady, but face stern competition from Premier League rivals like Leicester City, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion, with the player almost certainly set to leave Carrow Road this summer - possibly for the South Coast and set up a reunion with former team-mate Redmond.
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