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Norwich set £ 20m transfer limit to avoid wasted spending on Premier League return

Norwich set £ 20m transfer limit to avoid repeat of Fulham's wasted spending on Premier League return

  • Norwich City wants to take a transfer of £ 20m into the Premier League
  • They are on the cusp of promotion by recruiting smartly and promoting youth
  • Fulham spent £ 100m after going through the 2018 play-offs but struggled
  • The recruitment team are set to work at a total cost of £ 20m

Norwich City wants to keep faith with the approach that has taken them to the £ 20million into the Premier League.

Daniel Farke's side are on the cusp of returning to the top flight by recruiting smartly and promoting youth, actually turning a profit of £ 30m to James Maddison and Josh Murphy.

The club would not be able to make it financially.

Norwich City are planning to take a transfer of £ 20million into the Premier League

Norwich City are planning to take a transfer of £ 20million into the Premier League

Adams Traore and Raul Jimenez, but Norwich just wants to continue to look for value in signing as they have done for the past two years.

Norwich brought in Teemu Pukki on a free transfer and Emiliano Buendia for £ 1.5m last summer and the pair have scored 36 goals and provided 20 assists between them. The club, led by sporting director Stuart Webber, says they can not stop smart in the top flight.

The recruitment team, headed by Kieran Scott, are preparing to pay a total of £ 20m for transfer transfer fees and wages. Norwich does not wish to risk financial jeopardy by over-reaching, and maintaining the squad's profile, maximized by Daniel Farke's coaching, offers the best chance of survival in any case.

Fulham spent £ 100m after going through the 2018 playoffs but are already relegated

Fulham spent £ 100m after going through the 2018 playoffs but are already relegated

Max Aarons and Ben Godfrey, who have attracted interest from elite clubs. Aarons and Godfrey are already looking forward to their progress.

The players will share a prize pool of roughly $ 10m once promoted to one of the highest sums in the championship and will be worth a squad for a total of $ 20m. Norwich finishes first or second but there is a determination to go up as champions.

Norwich are six points clear of Leeds in third with a superior goal difference of 10, so Blackburn on Saturday night to confirm promotion. Four points from their two remaining matches would see them win the title ahead of Sheffield United.

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