Norwich City was in full swing over the holiday weekend, but there was one final deal on the due date to cut a hectic summer window.
Timm Klose was the last senior player whose contract was terminated by mutual agreement.
Moritz Leitner, Marco Stiepermann, Tom Trybull and Louis Thompson broke off their connection with the club this summer.
The Swiss international was no longer part of City’s plans after being loaned to first club FC Basel last season.
That was a total of 17 departures, led by Emi Buendia, but it was the new deal that got most of Norwich fans excited.
Mathias Normann and Ozan Kabak’s cross-season loan with the option to buy increased the number of senior entrants to eleven if one includes permanent deals for Dimitris Giannoulis and Ben Gibson.
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What this means for the Canaries’ chances of survival was discussed at the last Window Watch of the summer. Plus an in-depth conversation about what Kabak’s arrival could mean for Grant Hanley and Ben Gibson.
There were also live reactions to Klose’s departure from our correspondents and fans.
City continues its league quest with Arsenal on the other side of the international break.
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