Norwich City scholars Reiss Awuah, Cameron King and Cameron Norman have been handed two-year professional contracts at Carrow Road, according to the club’s 0fficial website.
Awuah is a Ghanian-English centre-back who arrived from Chelsea’s U18 side in January, having played five times for the Canaries’ U21s since. The 18-year-old King has been a regular for Norwich’s U21s this season, and the Scot is usually employed on the left-hand-side of midfield. The Englishman Cameron Norman has been a regular for the U21s this season as well, featuring in his right-back position.
The 20-year-old English goalkeeper Remi Matthews and the 19-year-old centre-back Adel Gafati, who’s carrying citizenship of both Algeria and France, have extended their professional contracts at the recently relegated club as well.
The fellow U21s Harry Barker, Ewan McNeil and Rod Young were not as fortunate, as they have been released from the club alongside U18 players Rhys Browne, Harrison Heath, Harvey Hodd, Kevin Lokko, Henry Randall and Ben Wyatt.
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