Norman and McIlroy, two former World No. 1's, have both been outspoken towards one another and each other's league for over a year now.
McIlroy infamously called the the league, "dead in the water" early last year before much of LIV Golf was known.
He also took aim at Norman when he earned his 21st PGA Tour win later in the year, saying it was "one more than someone else."
As a result, McIlroy, 34, largely became the PGA Tour's spokesperson during the latter half of the year as he continued to be outspokenly anti-LIV Golf.
However, now, Norman claims that the Northern Irishman has begun to "maybe see the light" of his new league.
Speaking to BBC, Norman said:
Norman's remarks come after McIlroy admitted back in March that the PGA Tour and other elite golf tours had "benefited" from LIV Golf after changes were made to their new designated events that further reward the players.