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Norwich City Have Signed Striker Josh Sargent From Werder Bremen For Ps8 Million

Norwich City have completed the PS8 million four-year transfer of striker Josh Sargent from Werder Bremen.
The 21-year-old American international was one of the few players to emerge from Bremen’s relegated 2020/21 season with any credit.
He scored seven goals in all competitions, including two on the first day of the 2nd season.
This Sunday, against Fortuna Düsseldorf, the Bundesliga season came to a close.
Sargent, who has already received 16 senior caps after a phenomenal goalscoring record in youth football, is one of America’s brightest prospects on the international scene.
“I’ve always wanted to play in the Premier League, so it’s a very exciting chance for me,” Sargent told canaries.co.uk.
“I’ve heard it’s a terrific group of men, and I’ve already spoken with the head coach, and I like what they’re trying to accomplish here.”
“I like to think of myself as a number nine, but I can play a variety of positions.”
No matter where I play, everyone can expect me to give it my all, 100 percent, and hopefully score some goals.” Image: USA international Sargent has a lot of promise, according to head coach Daniel Farke
He’s still young, but he has a lot of potential.
“He’s a really good attacking option for us, but he can also play on the wing.”
He moves quickly and thinks quickly.
We know he’s always there with a heavy workload and a great personality.
“We recognize that we need to be a little more inventive in the transfer market.”
Josh is a guy we believe has the potential to contribute and develop into a top Premier League goalscorer.
We recognize his potential and are excited to have him on board.” Sargent joins former teammate Milot Rashica, who went to Norwich from Werder Bremen earlier this summer.
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