Norwich City want to wait before taking a call on whether to sell Celtic loan star Adam Idah in the summer transfer window, according to Football Scotland.


Idah has scored some big goals for Celtic since joining the club on a loan deal until the end of the season from Norwich in the January transfer window.


He has five goals in eight Scottish Premiership appearances and Celtic are considering signing him on a permanent deal in the summer.



However, it has been claimed that Celtic will have to wait until the end of the season before knowing whether Norwich want to sell him.


Norwich are keeping tabs on Idah’s performances and are yet to make up their mind about his future at the club.



The Canaries signed Sydney van Hooijdonk on loan in January and want to assess how he does until the end of the season.


A decision on Idah will only be made by the Canaries after the end of the ongoing campaign.



Norwich also want to be sure about which division they will be playing in next season as they are in the hunt for the playoffs in the Championship at the moment.