• Out-of-favour striker may go to Sunderland or Celtic
• Norwich interested in Sporting Lisbon's Ricky van Wolfswinkel
Grant Holt could be allowed to leave Norwich City if Chris Hughton, the manager, can sign either Celtic's Gary Hooper or Ricky van Wolfswinkel of Sporting Lisbon.
Last spring the striker had a transfer request turned down despite suggestions that bids of around £5m had been made for him. Instead Holt signed a new three-year deal in July.
Sunderland and Celtic are both thought to retain an interest in Holt, who scored 17 goals in 38 appearances for Norwich last season. Aston Villa, who are looking to sell Darren Bent and who are led by Holt's former manager Paul Lambert, are another potential option.
The 31-year-old has not been suited to Hughton's favoured 4-5-1 formation and, with his family having now moved back to Cumbria, he may be open to a transfer.
Hughton confirmed his interest in Van Wolfswinkel in his programme notes for Saturday's 1-0 FA Cup defeat by Luton Town. "Yes, I have seen those reports on him and there is an interest from ourselves, but how far that interest has gone from us I don't know. But certainly there is an interest," he wrote.