Interest in Norwich City midfielder Danel Sinani is building, with two Championship clubs reportedly submitting enquiries for the Luxembourg international.

Transfer expert Pete O'Rourke is reporting that Coventry and Birmingham have made contact with the Canaries about Sinani's potential availability as he enters the final six months of his deal at Carrow Road. 

The report adds that Norwich could be tempted to cash in on the creative midfielder as they continue to trim their squad this month. 

Todd Cantwell has secured a move to Glasgow Rangers earlier this week whilst it's understood Jordan Hugill is in advanced talks with Rotherham United over a permanent move away - with Norwich keen to offload his wages.

Sinani has made 16 appearances for Norwich in the Championship this season, scoring once and recording two assists. 

Nailing down a starting berth after his productive loan spell with Huddersfield Town last season has proven difficult however, with the 25-year-old starting just nine games since returning from Yorkshire in the summer. 

David Wagner has included Sinani in his first three matchday squads since succeeding Dean Smith earlier this month but has favoured Kieran Dowell in his selections. 

Sinani joined Norwich on a free transfer from Luxembourg top-flight side FC Dudelange in 2020 but has spent the majority of his career in England out on loan, first to Belgian side Waasland-Beveren and then with Huddersfield. 

He is in a group of seven players, including Teemu Pukki and Onel Hernandez, who are out of contract in the summer. 

Whether Norwich would be tempted into a sale given Aaron Ramsey was recalled by Aston Villa, Cantwell's sale and Tony Springett's loan move to Derby Country remains to be seen. 

The Pink Un: Danel Sinani has six months remaining on his Norwich City contract.Danel Sinani has six months remaining on his Norwich City contract. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Limited)

Wagner is utilising a free weekend caused by Birmingham City's cup progression to assess his options at the club before making a recommendation to sporting director Stuart Webber and deputy Neil Adams about whether any reinforcements are required. 

Norwich were targeting one addition prior to Smith's arrival - but Wagner's arrival has altered their plans. 

They have six days remaining until the transfer window closes at 11pm on January 31 to complete all their outstanding business.