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Premier League sides Wolves and Norwich City are said to be interested in signing 19-year-old centre-forward Danny Loader from Reading – as per Sky Sports.

Danny Loader has come up through the ranks at Reading and the forward is set to be a free agent this summer since the Championship side will not be offering him a new deal due to their poor financial scenario amidst the unexpected lockdown.

And as per Sky Sports, Wolves and Norwich City are expected to join Manchester United in the race to sign the soon-to-be free agent.

The report claims: “Wolves are among a number of Premier League clubs considering a move for Danny Loader, who is to leave Reading when his contract expires next month.

“Loader won the World Cup with England U17s in 2017, alongside Phil Foden and Jadon Sancho, and now looks set for a move to the Premier League this summer.”

“The 19-year-old, previously linked with Manchester United and Norwich City, made just 12 appearances before the season was postponed, with manager Mark Bowen preferring to select more experienced strikers at the club.”

Wolves or Norwich: Where is Danny Loader heading to in the summer?

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Danny Loader was expected to put pen on paper to a new contract at Reading but now that the deal is not going through, a number of big Premier League clubs will try and sign him up for the upcoming season.

If Manchester United come calling then there’s a chance the 19-year-old might snub offers from both Wolves and Norwich City in order to move to Old Trafford.

But we do not think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will try and sign the England U20 international since he already has top quality youngsters like Mason Greenwood.

This means Wolves are the next favourites to land the forward and given that they tried to sign him last summer, Danny Loader might still look to secure a move to Molineux.

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