Norwich City are interested in bringing Liverpool midfielder Bobby Clark to Carrow Road on loan, according to reports.

The Canaries have been linked with a move for Clark by Daveockop, who also says they face competition from Austrian giants RB Salzburg and Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.

Clark made 12 senior appearances for the Reds last season in a breakout campaign, scoring once and claiming two assists. He's also appeared for England's uner-20s once, and is the son of former Newcastle United midfielder Lee, who was City's assistant manager between 2007 and 2008.

Many supporters have called on Norwich to sign a midfielder this summer, with no out-and-out defensive option currently within their ranks.

Clark is a more offensive profile of player, however, and would more likely be a replacement for Marcelino Nunez or Gabriel Sara, both of whom have been linked with exits ahead of the 2024-25 campaign.

Nunez was the subject of a bid from Turkish side Trabzonspor, who appear to have looked elsewhere after their advances were swiftly rejected, while Sara remains a player admired by Crystal Palace.

Jacob Sorensen is also within the midfield ranks after signing a new one-year deal to stay at the club, as are Liam Gibbs and Kenny McLean, who is currently at Euro 2024 with Scotland.

City's transfer drive has quietened down since the signing of Panama international Jose Cordoba earlier this month, but further additions are expected to be made by sporting director Ben Knapper.

New head coach Johannes Hoff Thorup talked up the quality of his current players at his official unveiling to the media, but gaps are expected to be filled by incoming transfers nonetheless.

But any deals done will have to be with strict financial discipline, as Knapper looks to strike a delicate balance after the club's Premier League parachute payments came to an end.

Queens Park Rangers winger Chris Willock has also been linked with a move to Norfolk as his contract expires, while left-back Martin Frese is a target having worked with Thorup at FC Nordsjaelland.