Norwich City want to sign Arsenal youngster Henri Lansbury on a permanent basis this summer, according to several reports.
The 20-year-old midfielder has been with the Gunners since 1999 after joining from the Canaries youth setup as an 9-year-old, but has struggled to breakthrough at the Emirates.
Lansbury, who has made just 6 appearances for Arsenal, was loaned out to Norwich in the second half of last season and played a big part in helping the club clinch promotion back to the Premier League, by bagging 4 goals and 5 assists in 23 Championship appearances.
It is believed that Paul Lambert wants to bring the England Under-21 international back to Carrow Road on a permanent basis this summer, and is hoping to persuade Arsene Wenger to sell the youngster for around £2 million.
Lansbury wants to stay at Arsenal and has made it clear that he wants to emulate Jack Wilshere. However, the young midfielder could be loaned out once again, even if he does sign a new deal at the Emirates.
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