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Werder Bremen has turned down numerous offers for American striker Josh Sargent, including one from Premier League promoted Norwich City, sources told CBS Sports. A move from Werder Bremen seemed likely for the 21-year-old, but maybe he’ll just stay with the club unless a significant offer comes before the transfer window expires.

The German team, relegated to the second division last season, consider him one of their most valuable players during what will hopefully only be one season in the second division. The striker scored an outstanding goal against Feyenoord on Saturday preseason after scoring a hat trick against fourth division Oberneuland. He is in top form after helping the US men’s national team win the Concacaf Nations League, and Bremen had to fend off serious interest in the Missouri-born.

Sources tell CBS Sports that the club has set a price tag of € 10 million for the striker and will not consider anything below that. Three clubs from the top division have made offers, Bremen refused all of them, including Norwich. The other offers presumably come from Bundesliga clubs.

Since Sargent is in good shape and appears satisfied at the club, the club is not eager to postpone him unless a stronger offer comes through.

Sargent scored seven goals for Bremen last season and was their top scorer.