Norwich's £3.25m David Turnbull bid accepted by Motherwell
Last Updated: 19/06/19 3:08pm
Motherwell have accepted a £3.25m bid from Norwich for David Turnbull after he failed to negotiate a deal with Celtic.
Celtic dropped their interest in the 19-year-old on Tuesday as the player and his agent failed to agree personal terms on a switch to the Scottish champions.
Norwich have matched the offer made by Celtic for Turnbull, who was named Scottish Football Writers' Association Young Player of the Year.
Turnbull and his representatives will be in Norwich on Wednesday to discuss personal terms with the newly-promoted Premier League side.
He impressed with 16 goals in 34 games in all competitions for Motherwell last season and if a deal is completed with Norwich, he will become their second signing this summer following a loan deal for Manchester City's Patrick Roberts.
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