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Gassan Ahadme, Omotoye: How are these Norwich City players getting on in the EFL?



Following his side’s promotion to the Premier League earlier this year, Norwich City manager Daniel Farke opted to make a host of changes to his squad.

As well as signing the likes of Josh Sargent, Pierre Lees-Melou and Ozan Kabak, the Canaries decided to part ways with a number of players during the summer transfer window.

Gassan Ahadme and Tyrese Omotoye were both loaned out by Norwich to lower league sides due to a lack of first-team opportunities at Carrow Road.

Here, we have decided to take a look at how this duo are getting on during their respective spells at Portsmouth and Leyton Orient…

Tyrese Omotoye

After spending the second-half of the previous campaign on loan at Swindon Town, Omotoye was allowed to leave the club on a temporary basis again in August as he sealed a switch to Leyton Orient.

Whilst the forward would have been hoping to establish himself as a key player for the club during the opening stages of the 2021/22 season, he has yet to make a positive impact for the London-based outfit.

Limited to just four appearances in all competitions due to the presence of Harry Smith who has scored six goals in the fourth-tier for Orient, Omotoye will need to showcase his talent in training if he is to become a regular starter.

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Norwich may need to recall the forward if he is unable to make considerable strides in terms of his development at the Breyer Group Stadium and send him to a team who are willing to provide him with regular first-team football.

Gassan Ahadme

Having produced a string of impressive displays for Portsmouth in pre-season, Gassan Ahadme joined Danny Cowley’s side on a season-long loan deal from Norwich in July.

Since making this move, the attacker has only managed to illustrate glimpses of his talent in League One for the club as he has been limited to four league appearances.

Ahadme currently has a battle on his hands to force his way back into Portsmouth’s starting eleven due to the presence of Marcus Harness and Ronan Curtis.

With Pompey set to face Sutton United in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday, the 20-year-old could potentially be handed the chance to impress in this particular fixture.

Freelance writer for Football League World. Previously worked for 90min & GiveMeSport.

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