EXCLUSIVE: Robbie Brady makes Premier League return after sealing €10m Norwich switch
Published 28/07/2015 | 16:46
Robbie Brady has signed a three-year deal, with an option of another year, to join Premier League newcomers Norwich City.
The Ireland international attended tonight's friendly against West Ham and is expected to be unveiled officially tomorrow.
After two previous bids had been rejected, Norwich finally met Hull City’s €10m valuation for the attacker over the weekend.
Brady passed a medical on Monday morning before agreeing personal terms that will see the 23-year-old’s salary almost double.
On Tuesday, Ireland assistant boss Roy Keane expressed his delight at the 23-year-old making an immediate return to the top-flight following Hull’s relegation.
Brady, who played 34 times for the Tigers last season during which he made the left-back spot for Ireland his own, will link up with compatriot Wes Hoolahan in the side’s attack.
Canaries boss Alex Neil is set to bolster his attack further by recruiting striker Ricky Lambert from Liverpool.