Report: Aston Villa and Norwich City weighing up deals for Daniel Opare

John Boye of Ghana, Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Opare look dejected after their team's 2-1 defeat to the United States in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group G match between Ghana and the...

Aston Villa recently followed Norwich City into the Premier League.

Daniel Opare of Antwerp and Yari Verschaeren of Anderlecht fight for the ball during the Jupiler Pro League play-off 1 match (day 3) between Rsc Anderlecht and Royal Antwerp Fc at Constant...

Aston Villa and Norwich City are 'weighing up deals' for the Royal Antwerp right-back, Daniel Opare, according to The Sun.

Interest is said to be hotting up in Opare, who played 24 times for the Belgian side last season.


And it is claimed the Ghanaian could be available for as little as £500,000 as he enters the final year of his contract.

A new right-back is likely to feature on the agendas of both Aston Villa and Norwich this summer, with the pair releasing Alan Hutton and Ivo Pinto, respectively.

Caen's French defender Frederic Guilbert reacts after losing the French L1 football match between Caen (SMC) and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) at the Michel d'Ornano Satdium in Caen,...

Opare would do well to become an immediate starter at either club, however, with Aston Villa having already paid around £4.4 million for Frederic Guilbert (above) and Norwich's Max Aarons recently named in the Championship's team of the season.

The 28-year-old spent part of his early career at Real Madrid, and has since turned out for European giants, Porto and Besiktas.

Would Opare be a good addition for Aston Villa / Norwich City?

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