Norwich will reportedly demand up to £30m for midfielder James Maddison this summer, having refused to sell the Liverpool and Tottenham target in January.
The Premier League duo have been tracking the Canaries star all season, but now the Daily Mirror claims that Manchester City have also entered the race.
The former Coventry star has scored an impressive eight goals and also have fives assists for an inconsistent Norwich side in the Championship this season.
The Canaries refused to sell the 21-year-old in January, having already allowed winger Alex Pritchard to join Huddersfield for £11m, while striker Cameron Jerome headed to Derby.
They also cashed in on Jonny Howson and Jacob Murphy last summer, but the report goes on to state that a move for Maddison has been provisionally sanctioned providing the Canaries get a massive offer – as their parachute payments from their time in the Premier League are due to expire this summer.
Other clubs, including Southampton and Championship pacesetters Wolves have also been linked with the player, but it is thought that Spurs and Liverpool lead the race for one of the Football League’s top young talents.