Norwich City have continued with their summer spending spree after completing the services of Arsenal midfielder Matthew Dennis.
Dennis has signed for relegated Norwich on a free transfer from Arsenal and has signed a two-year deal with the Championship side. The Canaries announced the news via their official website and Dennis becomes the second signing of the day following the arrival of striker Sebastian Soto. The midfielder’s arrival continues Norwich’s busy off-season as they plan for life back in the Championship.
“I’m really excited. I love the way Norwich play football, especially when the head coach gives young players opportunities,” he told the club’s official website.
“I know Josh Martin, as we were both at Arsenal together. He’s a really good friend of mine and seeing him breakthrough to the first team gives me confidence and belief that I can do the same. The pitches here are great. The gym is nice, the food is nice, so everything is good.”
“I’m most looking forward to proving to everybody what I can do, playing in front of the fans and changing the game.”