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Robbie Brady's club future uncertain as Leicester drop interest due to £20m price tag

Ireland’s Euro 2016 hero has been the subject of bids from the Premier League champions.

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ROBBIE BRADY’S STOCK has certainly risen substantially after a sparkling display at Euro 2016 and his club are more than aware.

Norwich have reportedly slapped a £20m price tag on his head and that hasn’t gone down too well with one of his potential suitors.

Premier League champions Leicester were hoping to hammer out a deal worth around $12m for the left-sided midfielder.

But according to reports, the Foxes have since been put off by Norwich’s demands and are set to move on to other targets.

With the massive increase in Premier League television money, other modest clubs have been linked with big money deals and that’s playing a part in Brady’s situation.

Norwich surely feel Brady – who starred at a major tournament – is worth £20m if Jordan Ibe can go to Bournemouth for 15m.

West Ham are also rumoured to be interested in Brady while a club like Southampton are also in need of reinforcements, having lost key midfielders like Victor Wanyama and Sadio Mane.

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