Ireland international Callum Robinson linked with Premier League move
Preston North End winger Callum Robinson has attracted interest from Premier League newcomers Norwich City.
Robinson scored 12 goals in 27 games for Preston last season building on a previous campaign where he scored seven goals in 41 games.
He made his international debut for Ireland in the 4-1 defeat to Wales in the UEFA Nations League and has since gone on to assert himself as a regular in Mick McCarthy's squad.
— Rob Dorsett (@RobDorsettSky) June 29, 2019
Rob Dorsett of Sky Sports News has reported that Norwich have made a £6 million bid for Robinson, however, Preston have publicly denied that any offer for any of their players have been made.
Contrary to reports in the media, Preston North End can confirm that they have no bids on the table for any of their players. #pnefc
— Preston North End FC (@pnefc) June 29, 2019
Robinson has just a year left on his contract and teammate Seanie Maguire hopes that he stays with the club in the future.
"Hopefully he stays with us at Preston this year," Maguire told RTE Sport.
"He has a year left on his contract and it’s a big year for him, and a big year for me as well.
"Robbo can be anything he wants to be. I've seen it in games and in training. Hopefully he keeps on improving."