Klose signs on for three more years at promoted Norwich
Defender Timm Klose has penned a new three-year contract at Norwich. The Switzerland international’s deal was due to expire next month but he will now stay at Carrow Road until 2022. He played 31 times for the Canaries as they won the Sky Bet Championship to return to the Premier League after a three-year absence. Klose has made 118 appearances since joining Norwich in 2016. He told the club’s official site: “I’m delighted we are playing in the Premier League next year and that was one of the reasons why I’ve chosen to stay in Norwich. “I love it here and I really feel at home. It’s the first time in my career I can say that, that I feel at home somewhere else other than back in Switzerland. That was another reason why I wanted to stay. “It’s fantastic the club has given me this opportunity to sign the new contract and stay for another three years. “I know that I’m one of the oldest now and I want to be a good leader on and off the pitch to help develop the younger lads as well as win games.” Topics Norwich, Timm Klose, Premier League Norwich announce deal for Wolfsburg defender Klose Norwich City 3 Newcastle United 2: Late Olsson strike seals dramatic win United’s ‘Class of 92’ part of Ferguson’s ‘slave army’ Klose upbeat after friendly win FIFA faces Women’s World Cup ticket backlash Departing Vincent Kompany tells Manchester City: ‘I have given everything’ Jack happy with Rangers’ progress despite lack of silverware Boyd backs no-nonsense Clarke to lead Scotland to major tournament Ross Laidlaw and Lewis Allan among Hibernian exodus 6 players Barcelona could sign to challenge for the Champions League next season Quiz! Can you name the 38 clubs to have won either the FA Cup, League Cup or English top division since 1945? Gareth Bale’s agent reveals who has “complete control” over forward’s Real Madrid future Why Barcelona risk losing out in transfer battle for Ajax star Matthijs de Ligt Quiz! Can you name the 71 players with at least 40 Premier League assists?