Ajax left-back Mitchell Dijks has performed a U-turn to sign for Norwich City on loan, just a few days after rejecting a permanent move to The Championship club.
The Canaries had agreed a €4 million fee with the Dutch giants, but Dijks decided to turn the offer down.
However, the 23-year-old has now had a change of heart to sign for Norwich on loan until the end of the season.
The deal also includes the option for Alex Neil's side to buy him in the summer.
This is one where we've had to work hard to get it over the line but for us it's a bit of a coup.
He's played Champions League football and he's really highly thought of. He wasn't playing this season at Ajax, and that gave us an opportunity.
He'll bring size and stature; he's six feet four inches tall, strong and athletic. I think all of those qualities are certainly things that will add to the squad.
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