Former Norwich City manager Paul Lambert is seeking £2 million from the club for unfair dismissal and breach of contract.
Gary Karsa and Ian Culverhouse look set to join Paul Lambert at Aston Villa after it was confirmed they would leave Norwich City.
New Norwich City manager Chris Hughton has been speaking at the Carrow Road press conference.
Aston Villa fans discuss speculation that Norwich boss Paul Lambert could be joining the club as their new manager.
Norwich manager Paul Lambert has offered his resignation, but the club have confirmed it has not been accepted.
Aston Villa are due to step up their efforts to make Norwich boss Paul Lambert their new manager today.
There have been unconfirmed reports that the 42-year-old Scot has walked out on Norwich last night after being refused permission to speak to Villa. If that is true, it would complicate the issue of whether Norwich would be compensated.
It is understood Norwich were preparing to rebuff any such an approach and fight hard to keep the Scot, who has been operating on a rolling contract at Carrow Road.
Aston Villa only avoided relegation from the Barclays Premier League by two points and had significantly to reduce their wage bill after debts of more than £50million for the year ending May 2011.
So far, Norwich City haven't commented.