Norwich City have not received a permanent offer for Abu Kamara from his former loan club Portsmouth.

Reports on social media had suggested that he was the subject of a bid from Pompey which had been rejected by the Canaries, but it's understood that no such bid has been made.

The 20-year-old took League One by storm in his season at Fratton Park, scoring 10 goals and claiming eight assists as they won League One at a canter.

Portsmouth boss John Mousinho left the door open for a potential Kamara return at the back end of last season, saying: "Who knows what will happen with Abu?

"I'm sure that will be another conversation we have with (loan manager) Andrew (Hughes) and Norwich come the summer, then we’ll see how it goes from there."

Kamara is expected to stay at Carrow Road next season, however, as sporting director Ben Knapper looks to decrease the age profile of City's squad.

One player he's unlikely to be joined by is South Korean winger Yang Min-hyuk, despite reports suggesting there is interest in him this summer.

Yang had already been linked with Stoke City and Southampton having impressed in the K League with Gangwon, as the 18-year-old starts to gain global attention.

But he isn't someone currently in Knapper's plans, with other targets being pursued after the confirmation of Panama centre-back Jose Cordoba's signing.

It's expected to be a quiet few weeks now behind the scenes, with new head coach Johannes Hoff Thorup taking time away before starting work and players currently on their off-season holidays.

The recruitment drive will kick back into gear before long, however, with several additions still needed before the start of the Championship season in August.

Former Nordsjaelland left-back Martin Frese, who worked with Thorup in Denmark, is a target, but reports of interest in his former team-mate Emiliano Marcondes are understood to be wide of the mark.