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Norwich City's Tettey ruled out for the rest of the season

Alex Tettey is set to miss the rest of the season. Credit: PA

Norwich City midfielder Alex Tettey is set to miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury, manager Alex Neil has confirmed.

The Norwegian damaged ankle ligaments in the midweek defeat to Chelsea.

The Canaries face Swansea City in a pivotal clash at the bottom of the Premier League tomorrow.

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Chelsea starlet signs on-loan with Norwich City

Norwich City have signed Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford on loan for the rest of the season.

Bamford, 22, spent the first half of the season on loan at Crystal Palace but it ended in controversy when he said his spell there had been "terrible".

The Grantham-born forward has yet to make a first-team appearance for Chelsea but came to prominence during a a loan spell at MK Dons where he scored 18 goals.

Last season he was named as the Sky Bet Championship's Player of the Year after scoring 17 times in 38 league matches for Middlesbrough. He faced his new side in last season's Championship play-off final at Wembley.

Speaking to canaries.co.uk about his latest loan move, Bamford said:

"I'm really happy to be here, and the sooner I'm able to get involved the better. That's what I want to do personally, but it's also about helping Norwich to get the points required to stay in the league."

– Patrick Bamford

Norwich City striker Loza returns to Southend United on loan

Jamar Loza celebrates his only senior goal for Norwich City at Huddersfield Town last season. Credit: PA

Norwich City striker Jamar Loza has joined Southend United on loan until the end of the season.

Loza is no stranger to Roots Hall, having also spent time on loan there in 2014.

The deal includes the option for a permanent move in the summer.

"I've worked with Jamar before, he's a likeable guy. He comes in with a smile on his face, trains with a smile on his face and plays with a smile on his face.

He knows us well, we know him well, we know he's got pace and a eye for goal. He leads the line, he's gets in behind, and he's a threat with his goal prowess.

We thought it was a no brainer to bring in Jamar until the end of the season, it provides us an opportunity to know and understand the player even more whilst forming a basis for continuity once the loan period comes to an end with a view to a permanent deal at the end of it."

– Phil Brown, Southend United manager
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