Victor Camarasa is reportedly set to cut short his temporary spell at Crystal Palace to join Norwich on loan in January.
The central midfielder joined the Eagles on a season-long loan deal from Real Betis over the summer but has featured for just five minutes in the Premier League this season.
Palace paid €1.5m for the temporary deal and would be obliged to pay €13.5m to make the deal a permanent one – should Camarasa play 15 or more games this campaign – as outlined by Mucho Deporte.
The former Levante star joined Betis in a €7m deal in 2017 but made only 14 starts in his sole LaLiga campaign in Seville.
Camarasa had impressed at Cardiff on a season-long loan deal last term, with five goals in 32 league games, including strikes against Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal.
However, the Bluebirds suffered relegation and were not able to retain the player, while Tottenham had also been linked with a move for the Spaniard earlier this summer.
However, it would now appear that struggling Norwich are ready to snap up Camarasa as they look to move away from the foot of the table.