3 players Uwe Rosler could bring to Norwich City if appointed, including Leeds United man

Fleetwood Town's manager Uwe Rosler

Former Leeds United boss Rosler is the current favourite to take the vacant Norwich City post.

Fleetwood Town's manager Uwe RoslerFleetwood Town manager Uwe Rosler

Bookmakers Sky Bet make Uwe Rosler the odds-on favourite to become the new manager of Norwich City.

The German led Fleetwood Town to the League One play-offs this season, but has only a year to run on his Highbury contract and could be tempted by a step up a division.

Norwich appear destined to undergo a summer makeover after missing out on promotion themselves, prompting the release of seven high earners last week.

So with contacts from clubs including Leeds United, Brentford and Wigan to call upon, who could Rosler bring to Carrow Road if appointed?

Alex Cairns (Fleetwood Town)

The former Leeds goalkeeper left Elland Road shortly before Rosler's 2015 arrival, but was ready and waiting when the 48-year-old rocked up at Fleetwood last year. The pair clearly hit it off, with Cairns becoming a regular in the Cod Army's push for promotion, keeping clean sheets in exactly half of his 38 appearances in all competitions. West Ham were linked with an unlikely move in April, prompting Fleetwood to extend the Yorkshireman's contract until 2021. They could be powerless to resist a Championship club's advances, however, while Norwich need a replacement for John Ruddy.

Alex Cairns - Leeds United v Blackpool

Amari'i Bell (Fleetwood Town)

Norwich were one of several higher-division clubs keen a move for the 23-year-old left-back in January, HITC Sport understands, and the presence of his Fleetwood boss in Norfolk could give them the upper hand in any pursuit. Bell has chipped in at both ends this season, scoring or creating eight goals, but is set to enter the final year of his contract. He'd be a cheaper alternative to Mitchell Dijks.

Amari'i Bell of Fleetwood in action with Gary O’Neil of Bristol City

Toumani Diagouraga (Leeds United)

Though he was signed for Leeds by Rosler's successor Steve Evans, Diagouraga spent two years working under the Cod Army boss at Brentford and could be a good fit for him at Carrow Road, after Youssouf Mulumbu's departure created a void in central midfield. The Frenchman doesn't appear to have a future at Elland Road, with manager Garry Monk farming him to Ipswich on loan after only one league outing this season.

Leeds United's Toumani Diagouraga looks dejected at the end of match

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