Regardless of what happen with their Premier League status, Norwich City will be welcoming Danel Sinani to the club in July.
The Luxembourg international will move from F91 Dudelange on a free transfer, and has already made it clear he is excited to give English football a try.
While he would rather play in the Premier League, the idea of featuring in the second-tier next year doesn’t put him off, as he explained to Walfoot on Wednesday.
He said: “In the end, it’s quite positive because I think that even the Championship is more competitive than the Belgian League”.
The mention of the Jupiler Pro League came after he revealed he had held talks with Standard Liège, who had even invited him to come visit their infrastructures.
However, they then suddenly dropped off the radar, leaving him with the opportunity of moving to Carrow Road.
In fact, he revealed he turned down offers from many clubs in favour of his move to the Canaries.
He said: “Before signing for Norwich, I had offers from Italy, Spain and Belgium. In La Liga, I was in talks with Mallorca, Leganes, Levante”.
Sinani also said it was his teammate Marc-André Kruska who spoke to Daniel Farke about him and ‘convinced him to take me’.
The 23-year-old will join Norwich off the back of a 24 goal season in 30 appearances in all competition, as well as providing his teammates with eight assists.