Daniel Farke and Stuart Webber have impressed in equal measures as they have moved quickly and efficiently in the transfer market.
However, there is still room for further signings.
Norwich City’s transfer activity so far this summer has been twofold; Norwich’s signings have been a combination of experienced professionals and talented youth players.
One 2. Bundesliga starlet that would fall into the latter category, who has been attracting attention from England, is FC Nürnberg’s Moroccan sensation Abdelhamid Sabiri.
Having progressed through Germany’s academy system with Darmstadt and Sportfreunde Siegen, Sabiri developed a reputation for himself after scoring eighteen goals and grabbing a further six assists in a single season from the number 10 role.
This earned him a move to Nuremberg and after replicating his prolific form, the 20-year-old was promoted to the first team for the second half of last season.
Despite FC Nürnberg’s struggles in 2. Bundesliga, Sabiri’s five goals in his first nine senior appearances for Der Ruhmreiche demonstrated just how talented he is.
The string of impressive performances from the versatile forward has attracted attention from both the newly promoted Premier League side Huddersfield Town and Norwich’s Championship rivals Aston Villa.
However, Daniel Farke may want to consider making a move for the prolific 20-year-old.
Although he is unlikely to start, he would be an excellent understudy who could develop under Farke’s tutelage.
Having burned the bridges at FC Nürnberg in an attempt to force a move to England, it is looking increasingly likely that Sabiri will leave the 2. Bundesliga club this summer, with the lure of Daniel Farke, Norwich City could potentially be his next destination.
Norwich City fans – Would you like to see Abdelhamid Sabiri join your club? Is he the calibre of signing that you would like to see Daniel Farke and Stuart Webber make? Should Norwich be making mid to long term signings this summer? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below!