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Norwich City Eager To Sign Collins From Paderborn Before AFCON 2019

Norwich City Eager To Sign Collins From Paderborn Before AFCON 2019

Norwich City are keen on a deal to sign Paderborn left-back Jamilu Collins this summer, according to reports.

The 24-year-old is currently with the Super Eagles for their Africa Cup of Nations campaign which gets underway next week in Egypt.

However, Norwich are keen to do a deal before the tournament starts to avoid any further interest in the player.

He played 34 times for his club last season and helped them achieve a remarkable double promotion to the Bundesliga. He joined for the club when they were in the third tier back in the summer of 2017.

Ahead of their return to the Premier League, Norwich are keen to strengthen the left-back area and boss Daniel Farke is once more looking to his native Germany for new players.

Jamal Lewis played the vast majority of games last season for the Canaries, while Philip Heise, a January addition from Dynamo Dresden, failed to play a single minute of football after joining.

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  • Darey 2 years ago

    Great news…..do what’s best fr you bro

  • Greenturf 2 years ago

    Please remain in Germany

  • Dipsy 2 years ago

    Looking at what happened to Balogun, Efe Ambrose, I will advice this young lad to thread with caution, at least enjoy the promotion his club secured to Bundesliga topflight, after a season or two he can then move to a another club where he will be guarantee a starting shirt.

  • Oakfield 2 years ago

    Remain in Germany o!!!! No even try am sef!! Lots of players Nigerian descent are opting out of the premiership bcos of the unfavourable environment;moses, onyekuru, aina, et al