NORWICH could raise a fortune from the sale of their stars — ahead of their likely relegation.
The Canaries are looking for huge fees for their better players and bidding could start as soon as their Premier League fate is sealed.
Right-back Max Aarons is priced at £30million, a fee Tottenham will have to find to end their long pursuit for him.
Left-back Jamal Lewis will cost around £20m, with Crystal Palace showing the most interest.
Playmaker Emi Buendia could attract interest but his tag will also be in the £20m zone.
Midfielder Todd Cantwell and centre-half Ben Godfrey could also help Norwich to net well over £100m if all the players go.
Norwich currently sit dead-last in the Premier League, six points adrift of safety.
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