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Abu Kamara

Norwich City striker Abu Kamara has signed a longer term contract at Carrow Road.

The 18-year-old was already under contract until 2023, but the Canaries have now extended his stay until 2025.

“Words can’t even describe how I feel at the moment,” he said, speaking to the club’s official site.

“It has been such a short space of time since I got offered my first pro contract and for me the second contract is just very rewarding for me and my family.

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“It’s good working with people like Steve Weaver, Greg Crane, Alan Neilson and Joe Shulberg. Every day I come in and they keep telling me to ‘work with intensity’ and that is what I have been doing.

“To progress through the ranks at Norwich City means a lot to me because they took me on board when no other team would and they have just treated me like family. I really appreciate that from them.”

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