TODD CANTWELL will leave Norwich on the final day with Bournemouth set to bring in the midfielder.
Newcastle are interested but Canaries boss Dean Smith has shown disappointment and will let Cantwell go on loan because of no offers.
The former England U21 star could move to the Cherries on loan with the goal of a permanent transfer in the summer.
Greek side Olympiakos have also launched an investigation into the 23-year-old, whose contract ends this summer.
The highly rated Cantwell used to regarding moves to Tottenham and Manchester United in his first season in the Premier League two years ago.
But this time around, he has struggled for game time, especially under Dean Smith, starting just five league games.
Bournemouth believe he can help them in promotion and with his experience in the top flight could be a useful signing should they go up.
Manager Scott Parker is also target Peterborough ace Siriki Dembele.
But the striker also suffered bids in excess of £1m from Birmingham.
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If the Cherries don’t land Dembele, they might move to play for Wales international Kieffer Moore.
The Metz star caught the Foxes’ attention with his performance for Mali at Afcon.
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https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football/8288482/norwich-cantwell-bournemouth-transfer/ Norwich midfielder Todd Cantwell is set to leave the club with Bournemouth in prime position to seal the transfer on deadline day