You may remember a few days ago that we brought you news of Norwich City’s hunt for a new winger. It’s been ongoing for a while and last summer, Patrick Roberts was loaned in from Manchester City to try to answer the problem. That obviously didn’t work out and Roberts’ loan was cut short in January so that he could join Middlesbrough’s relegation fight.
Anyway, around a week ago, City’s Sporting Director Stuart Webber was publicly caught up in a mini-media whirlwind around the Romanian winger, Dennis Man. FCSB’s owner, Gigi Becali was very vocal about his dealings with Norwich and how much he thought his “Man” (sorry) was worth. You can read all about that below.
Anyway it seems that Norwich have moved on from Dennis Man and have agreed a deal for another player that we brought you speculation around this week.
Przemyslaw Placheta plays for Slask Wroclaw in Poland and according to The Athletic’s Michael Bailey the deal is done to bring him to Norfolk.
Secondly, it's all agreed that Carlton Morris will spend next season on loan at MK Dons.
That said, still plenty to be decided re League One's start date etc.
— Michael Bailey (@michaeljbailey) July 17, 2020
As you can see, Carlton Morris will be out on-loan again next season at MK Dons, managed by ex-Canary Russell Martin.
It’s starting to look as though Carlton will never get a real chance to prove himself in yellow and green, although if League One has to be his level to start out, there’s plenty of opportunities to have a decent career there. Best of luck, Carlton.
In the meantime, start practicing how to say this new lad’s name for when you ring Canary Call in your broadest Norfolk accent, or…
His nickname is "plaku", lots easier
— Sonny Vargeson (@SonnyVargeson) July 18, 2020