David Marshall, Tony Warner, Danny Coyne and Neil Alexander are just four of the names that have been linked with the vacant goalkeeping jersey at Carrow Road already, and, after all, we are only in June.
There has certainly been no shortage of transfer speculation this summer regarding City's seemingly jinxed No 1 position ? a role which, in truth, has never really been filled since the departure of Robert Green.
Last season saw no fewer than five different custodians ? Paul Gallacher, Jamie Ashdown, Lee Camp, Marshall and Warner ? utilised at one point or another; a far cry from years gone by when Messrs Green and Marshall (A) were the only names most of the younger generation of City supporters could recall.
But, in the midst of all the gossip and tittle-tattle, one name seems to have been forgotten.
Gallacher actually held the No 1 shirt ? well, No 21 to be precise ? on 31 occasions in the last campaign, yet he seems to have been overlooked by manager and supporters alike for the full time gig.
Whilst City boss Peter Grant has always hailed Gallacher's professionalism, it doesn't take a genius to work out that the Scot wants a new man in between the sticks.
It seems Celtic stopper Marshall is his first choice. With a reported ?500,000 offer having already been rejected by the Parkhead club, it would be a big surprise if the powers that be at Carrow Road didn't go back for more.
At only 22 years of age, with his best years ahead of him, Marshall represents an excellent investment.
Grant has gone on record as saying that he wants someone who will be in Norfolk for the long haul, somebody in the mould of a Kevin Keelan or Bryan Gunn ? ironically, both were also 22 when they embarked on their City careers.
And with a tremendous pedigree already at such a young age, Marshall fits the bill to perfection.
It will certainly be a transfer story that runs and runs but with the player himself having nailed his colours firmly to the Canary mast earlier in the week, you would like to think that common sense will prevail, and both parties agree the move that would complete a large part of Peter Grant's promotion jigsaw.
However, Gallacher ? who has been capped seven times by Scotland ? is not planning on giving up without an almighty fight. According to the man brought in by Nigel Worthington from Dundee United three years ago, he is here to stay.
“I played 31 games last year which is more than any other keeper at the club so I can obviously take a lot of heart from that,” the 27-year-old Scot told the Daily Record.
“The manager has his views, which I might just have to live with as that is what can happen in football.
“But that won't stop me working as hard as possible to regain my place. I'm still only 27. As far as keepers go that's pretty young.”
Despite his uncertain future, Gallacher is clearly enjoying life in Norfolk. Like many before him, he has been bitten by the Norwich bug. Again, like many before him in years gone by, he is not overly keen on pastures new.
All he wants now is that Canary jersey for keeps. Everything else is hunky dory.
“The club are extremely ambitious and there's a chance I could be playing in the Premiership the season after next, which is a huge incentive,” added Gallacher.
“We've got a terrific fan base, something which was proved by the fact our worst crowd last season at home was 24,000.
“Everything is geared up for the top flight and as long as I'm here that's what I'll be aiming for.”
Fighting talk indeed from the Scot, who has himself been the subject of speculation this summer ? with both Rangers and John Collins' Hibernian linked with moves to bring Gallacher back to his homeland.
You have to admire his determination as plenty of others would have given up the ghost long before now.
Just look at the Nigel Reo-Coker situation down at West Ham.
Whilst we will never know the real ins and outs of the crazy world that the Hammers live in, the England Under-21 captain ? who received some stick last season from the notoriously critical West Ham support ? has now handed in a transfer request. No ifs, no buts, no maybes, he wants out – pure and simple.
But Gallacher, who came under criticism ? which was heavy, at times ? last season from both the manager and the City faithful, shows no signs of such resignation ? as long as he wins his place back.
If he doesn't, then he may have to think again?
“But I want to be playing week in, week out because the last thing I want is to fall off the radar.”