Michael O'Neill said to be attracting interest from Norwich.

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It's understood Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill's attracting interest from Championship Norwich.

The second tier side haven't yet replaced Alex Neil - who was sacked in March.

It's thought there's been no official approach from the club, while other candidates are also being considered. 

O'Neill signed a four-year contract with the Irish FA just over a year ago - and they'd be due substantial compensation.

Meanwhile, Norwich say seven senior players will leave the club at the end of the season - after they failed to return to the Premier League at the first attempt.

Goalkeeper John Ruddy, defender Sebastien Bassong and striker Kyle Lafferty are among those being released by the Championship side.

Also on the way out of Carrow Road are Steven Whittaker, Ryan Bennett, Youssouf Mulumbu and Michael Turner.

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