Celtic have withdrawn their interest in signing David Turnbull from Motherwell, and Norwich City have had a bid accepted, according to a report from The Daily Record

The Hoops had also agreed a fee to recruit the 19-year-old, but their pursuit appears to have ended. 

Turnbull and his representative failed to reach an agreement with Celtic over the terms of a contract, and it seems no move will materialise, as the Scottish champions have pulled out of the race. 

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However, the attacking midfielder will be heading away from Motherwell this summer, and Norwich have emerged as the front-runners. 

The Daily Record reports that the Canaries have had a bid accepted for the playmaker, who found the back of the net on 16 occasions for his side last season. 

Norwich have a reputation for developing younger players, and as they prepare for life back in the Premier League, it seems Turnbull is likely to complete a move to Carrow Road to play under Daniel Farke.