West Ham United have made a £3m bid for Norwich City defender Martin Olsson which has been rejected.
Norwich City could not muster up a second inspired performance in one week, falling to Everton at Goodison Park in a 3-0 loss.
Norwich City earned a massive three points over relegation rival Newcastle thanks to a 93rd-minute goal from Martin Olsson in a 3-2 win.
Norwich City manager Alex Neil remains hopeful that left-back Martin Olsson will be ready for the new season after undergoing surgery in May to remedy a persistent shoulder problem.
With Norwich dropping out of the Premier League, there will likely be multiple clubs interested in the services of Martin Olsson and West Ham are the first to be linked.
Norwich City were able to pull off a surprising 0-0 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, providing a glimmer of hope to avoid relegation.
Martin Olsson is expected to be available for Norwich's match on Saturday.
Martin Olsson is considered doubtful for Norwich City's clash against Stoke City with a shoulder injury.
Norwich City were able to lean on a strong defensive performance to help earn them a point while their attack continued to underperform in a 0-0 affair with Manchester City.