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Norwich City defender Martin Olsson has joined Premier League strugglers Swansea City for an undisclosed fee.
The Canaries have made no secret that they will have to sell players this month in order to bring new faces in, and it's believed that Olsson's departure is worth around £4.5 million.
The Swedish international made 129 for Norwich during his four-year stay at Carrow Road, and recently signed a new contract with the club.
Olsson has agreed a two-and-a-half year deal with the Welsh side who are currently bottom of the Premier League, and a point from safety.
Meanwhile, Ipswich Town have signed free agent Jordan Spence on a contract until the end of the season.
He's the second January arrival at Portman Road so far, with Forest Green striker Kieffer Moore joining from Forest Green Rovers over the weekend.
The East Anglian derby between Norwich City and Ipswich Town has been picked for live TV coverage.
The match at Carrow Road will be shown live on Sky Sports and will now kick-off at midday (12pm) on Sunday February 26.
The meeting between the two clubs at Portman Road earlier this season ended in a 1-1 draw.
Norwich City left-back Martin Olsson is set to sign for Premier League club Swansea City, according to reports.
Both the Daily Mirror and the Daily Telegraph say that a move is close after a £5 million fee was agreed.
Swedish international Olsson recently signed a new contract at Carrow Road but now appears to be heading for the exit door.
Norwich would be short of options at left-back if Olsson does go, with Robbie Brady also being linked with a move away and youngster Harry Toffolo having recently extended his loan spell at Scunthorpe United.
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Out of favour Norwich City winger Sergi Canós could leave the club on a permanent deal this month, according to reports.
The Spaniard joined the Canaries in a £2.5 million switch from Liverpool in the summer but has barely featured.
It's now thought that Brentford have held talks with Norwich about bringing the 19-year-old back to Griffin Park where he enjoyed a productive loan spell last season.
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Norwich City have confirmed their appeal to overturn the red card shown to winger Robbie Brady in the recent match at Brentford has been rejected.
The Irishman was sent-off for a 50-50 tackle with Ryan Woods during Saturday's goalless draw.
The Canaries were hoping the FA would reverse the decision but Brady will now have to serve a three-game suspension - starting with this afternoon's match against Derby County.
Manager Alex Neil has made several changes for the fixture, with Martin Olsson, Steven Naismith, Wes Hoolahan, Jacob Murphy and Jonny Howson all coming into the starting line-up.
Norwich City manager Alex Neil says he has no intention of quitting the club, despite his team's terrible run of form.Read the full story ›
Norwich City manager Alex Neil admits his team will now have to focus on making the play-offs after losing further ground on the top two.Read the full story ›