The Canaries still showing interest in the Swedish attacker.
Having gone quiet for a while Norwich City are starting up their pursuit of PSV Eindhoven attacking midfielder Ola Toivonen once more, reports Sky Sports.
The Canaries have had an offer for the Sweden international accepted by the Dutch side already this summer, but as yet nothing has been finalised with the player.
It’s believed that Toivonen is keeping his options open and despite suggestions otherwise, has not ruled out a move to Carrow Road.
“I did not say definitively it [Norwich] was no longer an option,” the 27-year-old told Voetbal International.
“I want to take my time, I do not hurry.”
The Swede is now in the last year of his contract at PSV and the Eredivisie club are keen to cash in on the forward whilst they still can.
If Toivonen were to make the switch to Norwich it would further emphasise the Premier League outfit’s intent for 2013/14, with several new acquisitions making Chris Hughton’s side look strong this term.
The departure of captain Grant Holt has seen the arrival of club record signing Ricky Van Wolfswinkel of Sporting Lisbon and prolific Celtic hit-man Gary Hooper.
Although Toivonen is not an out-and-out striker like the new pair, the Swedish star does operate in the final third of the pitch and prefers attacking midfield, but can also play as a second striker or out on the left flank.
If the PSV man were to join he would become Norwich’s ninth signing of the close season and would take the Norfolk club’s spending close to £30m.