According to the Eastern Daily Press, Blackburn Rovers have made an approach to sign Norwich City midfielder Tom Trybull on a loan deal.
The domestic deadline closes on Friday October 16 at 5pm.
Rovers have made a good start to their Championship campaign, including a 4-0 thrashing over Derby County, but they still seek to improve before the window closes.
The Eastern Daily Press claim Trybull is a target, and Rovers have made an approach for him with talks set to continue on Friday over a potential deal.
Trybull has yet to feature for Norwich since their return to the Championship.
But manager Daniel Farke claimed he was one of the best at this level back in 2018.
“For me Tom Trybull is one of the best holding midfielders in this league. In the deep six role he is so good. It was a top class performance at Bournemouth but it is more like the first thought you have now is who is in the starting line up?” Farke told the Eastern Daily Press.
Trybull, 27, joined Norwich originally on loan before making his deal permanent in 2018.
He made 31 appearances as the Canaries won the Championship in 2018/19, while featuring a further 16 times at Premier League level last season.
The German midfielder no doubt has talent, but perhaps a fresh start is needed.
Blackburn have strong midfield options in Bradley Johnson, Joe Rothwell, Harry Chapman and Lewis Holtby but manager Tony Mowbray may feel he needs one more.
Trybull is comfortable in possession while tenacious off the ball.