Swede will ‘take his time’ before making a final decision on Cannaries move.
PSV Eindhoven front man Ola Toivonen has not ruled out the possibility of joining Premier League outfit Norwich City next season, according to reports on Sky Sports.
The Cannaries have been keeping close tabs on the prolific Sweden international all summer long and have even had an offer for the 27-year-old accepted by the Eredivisie giants.
However, as yet Norwich boss Chris Hughton has been unable to meet Toivonen to discuss a potential transfer to Carrow Road while the player decides whether he wishes to move to East Anglia during the close-season transfer window.
Hughton is understood to be keen to add yet more attacking firepower to the club’s forward line next season after Norwich struggled badly in front of goal in the previous campaign, and has already signed strikers Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Gary Hooper so far this summer.
But the Norwich boss is also keen on landing a forward who has netted an impressive 59 strikes in just 125 league outings for PSV since joining the club four years ago for only 3.5 million euros.
And now the Swede has confirmed that he has not totally ruled out the chance of still signing for Norwich before the summer transfer window closes on Sept 2, telling VI: “I did not say definitively it (Norwich) was no longer an option.
“I want to take my time, I do not hurry.”