Over the past month and a bit, it was made very clear by both Danel Sinani and his manager that the Luxembourg international could be heading to Norwich City.
The forward said towards the end of February the Canaries ‘absolutely wanted him’ and that it didn’t matter if they ended up getting relegated back to the Championship as he ‘wasn’t scared’ of playing in England’s second-tier.
Well, a month later, it appears his contract with Norwich has been signed, as Sinani confirmed to Luxemburger Wort he would be moving to Carrow Road on a three-year deal by telling them “it’s fixed”.
Despite the current issues surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak, the newspaper explain the player ‘firmly believes’ his move to England will work.
He arrives as a free transfer, as his current contract with F91 Dudelange is set to expire in the summer.
The 22-year-old, who was born in Belgrade, has been in great form for the Luxembourg club, scoring 24 goals and assisting another eight in 30 appearances this season, and it became apparent he needed to move to a bigger club to progress in his career.
His manager said as much, and it seems Norwich will be the ones reaping the benefits in the near future.