Norwich City finally agree Brady fee, Hull City manager Bruce confirms

Robbie Brady finally looks to be destined for Carrow Road. Credit: PA

Norwich City's summer-long pursuit of Hull City winger Robbie Brady appears to be coming to an end after the two clubs finally agreed a fee.

Tigers manager Steve Bruce has confirmed that the Irish international has travelled to Norfolk to finalise personal terms and undergo a medical over a £7 million move.

The Canaries have seen several offers rejected for the 23-year-old, with Bruce labelling some of the bids as "embarrassing."

£7m

How much Brady is set to cost Norwich City.

However, speaking to the Hull Daily Mail, Bruce admitted that an agreement has now been reached.

"The two clubs have agreed a fee for Robbie.

Steve Bruce, Hull City manager
Youssouf Mulumbu and Graham Dorrans are the only other new signings at Norwich City so far this summer. Credit: PA

If Brady does sign, he would become Norwich's third capture of the summer following the arrivals of Youssouf Mulumbu and Graham Dorrans.

Mulumbu scored his first goal for the Canaries in their 2-1 friendly win over Bundesliga side FC Augsburg on Saturday (25 July).

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