The former Manchester United winger recently shone for the Republic of Ireland at the European Championships in France, scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory over Italy.
Despite Ireland’s subsequent exit to France in the knockout stages, Brady has done his reputation no harm indeed and as such a return to the Premier League could be on the cards this summer.
Redmond joined Southampton, and the Mirror report that the Saints want to reunite him with Brady though the south coast club face strong competition from Leicester City and Stoke City.
The Foxes would no doubt be at an advantage with Champions League football to offer, though the Saints and the Potters both have scope to bring in more wide.
That said, Sky Bet have Brady to join Leicester at 14/1, to join Stoke at 25/1 and no odds are available on a switch to St. Mary’s while West Ham on the other hand are massive favourites at 1/10.
The Hammers are seemingly in the market for a new winger this summer, and boss Slaven Bilic may have taken to Ireland’s Brady during his coverage on the European Championships in France.
Brady made 36 Premier League appearances for Norwich last term, scoring three goals including a strike against West Ham in the entertaining 2-2 draw at the Boleyn Ground last September.