NORWICH City will have to up their offer if they are to land Ireland man Robbie Brady from Hull City.
Steve Bruce's side have reportedly turned down Norwich's latest offer of £3million for the Dubliner but the Canaries appear unwilling to meet the £7m price tag set by Hull.
Hull have already lost two of their Ireland internationals this summer, with Paul McShane and Stephen Quinn moving to Reading, but City are not in a rush to sell Brady, who has a year left on his contract.
Meanwhile, former Ireland international Michael Doyle has become the third Irish player to join League Two side Portsmouth this summer.
Doyle, 34, has agreed a one-year deal with Pompey following his exit from Sheffield United. Enda Stevens and Adam Barton had already signed deals with Paul Cook's side.