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Robbie Brady could set for Premier League return

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Robbie Brady accepts a relegation pay cut is on the players' minds

Robbie Brady accepts a relegation pay cut is on the players' minds

Robbie Brady accepts a relegation pay cut is on the players' minds

Republic of Ireland international Robbie Brady is attracting attention from Premier League clubs and could be set for a return to the top-flight this summer.

Martin O'Neill has employed the Hull City winger in the left-back position and has reaped the rewards as the Dubliner as picked up the man-of-the-match accolades in the recent draws over England and Scotland.

With the Tigers looking at a possible overhaul of their squad following relegation last season, Steve Bruce may be open top offers for the former Manchester United player.

The Daily Mirror suggests that Brady will be at the centre of a tug-of-war between Aston Villa and Norwich City, with Villa manager Tim Sherwood believed to be a big fan of the Irish international.

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Republic of Ireland defender Robbie Brady is hoping to keep his place for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland

Republic of Ireland defender Robbie Brady is hoping to keep his place for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland

The Midlands club are weighing up a double raid with Tom Huddlestone also on the radar, while the newly-promoted Canaries are also tracking the 23-year-old.

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