The Daily Record suggests that Norwich City are targeting Celtic manager Neil Lennon as a possible replacement for Chris Hughton.

Canaries chief executive David McNally said on Monday that the Premier League outfit would be careless not to have a plan in place in case current boss Hughton happens to leave his position at Carrow Road.

That also includes the removal of Hughton from his post which has also become a possibility following a poor run of form, forcing the Norfolk club to 16th on the table, just a point above the drop zone.

It is believed that Lennon is high on the wishlist of Norwich and could be pursued by McNally who is a former commercial director at Parkhead.

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