Norwich City have agreed a deal to sign Luxembourg international, Danel Sinani according to “reports in Luxembourg” and published here by the Pink ‘Un.
Sinani is a name that you’ve probably read before as he was heavily linked with the Canaries during the January transfer window. He has had a breakout season with F91 Dudelange in Luxembourg, scoring 14 goals in 16 appearances for his club, where he usually plays as a winger.
Of course, the level at which he is playing is difficult to judge and I can’t put my hand on my heart and tell you that I’ve ever watched the Luxembourg league. To that end, it’s impossible to even compare it to the EFL at any level.
Earlier in the year, Stuart Webber spoke to the Pink ‘Un and acknowledged that Sinani was a player that he was keen on: “For sure he’s a player of interest to us whose contract is up this coming summer. We were never going to bring him in January,” said Webber. “That was never on our agenda.
“He’s one we’re interested in for the medium term, he’s a good player, albeit playing at a very difficult level to really assess but again he fits the type of player that we look for.”
“If we could do something we would be really happy.”
The Pink ‘Un are reporting that this is a long-term deal and the player is quoted as saying that despite the Corona Virus outbreak, the deal is in place saying “It is fixed.”
No official word from the club yet but in the current climate, it may not be correct to announce it.