Premier League newcomers Norwich have completed the signing of teenage midfielder Liam Gibbs from bitter rivals Ipswich for an undisclosed fee.
The 18-year-old, who made a single League One appearance for the Tractor Boys, has agreed a four-year contract at Carrow Road.
“It is a new step for me and for my career. I am looking to make the most of it, showcase my talent and hopefully I can help the club keep moving forward,” Gibbs told Norwich’s website after turning down a new deal at Portman Road.
“Norwich have a reputation for bringing through young players and I just want to be the next one to get into the first team and make things happen.
“I can see a clear pathway for me. Now I am just excited to get started, fulfil my potential and show everyone what I can do.”
Meanwhile, Daniel Farke has signed a new, four-year contract to remain as Norwich City head coach for their return to Premier League football.
The Canaries are preparing for the start of the Premier League campaign after Farke led them back to the top flight at the first time of asking.
The 44-year-old took charge of the club in 2017 and won promotion to the Premier League in his second season at the helm. While relegation ultimately followed, Farke remained in charge and guided the East Anglian side to the Championship title last year.
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