Manchester United could make a step forward for Norwich City's central defender, Ben Godfrey, in this summer transfer window.
This portable rumor raised the head for about a month ago and, like many other Norwich players who played well this season, Godfrey is noticeable.
21-year-old Godfrey has borrowed the last season in Shrewsbury Town, where he became a very important part of the Paul Hursta team as a defender midfielder. In two FA Cup matches against West Ham, he impressed and helped Shrews to finish the finals of the First League where they lost to Rotherham.
Ben then returned to Norwich for this season, and if he patiently waited, he grabbed his chance with both hands after entering a late substitution for Timmo Klosea who was injured in the warm-up of the home game with Bolton in December.
Daniel Farke had already raised his eyebrows when he described Godfrey as having "all the attributes to become the center of the world class," but he took it as a duck into the water, and with both Klose and Grant Hanley again landing, the greatest compliment to him and his abilities is to leave them both out of the team.
Recently, Ben won the winner in Rotherham, where Sun said Manchester United staff was watching him. Then on Friday, when he played for 90 minutes against Poland, he played his international debut in England U20.
About 10 million pounds are connected, but the reality is that with the three years that this summer has left on the site, it will surely be worth a lot more than that. As we have already discussed with Max Aarons and Jamal Lewis, promotion will be crucial for keeping these talented boys in Norwich and for their promotion, but not elsewhere.
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