Norwich City have signed Swiss striker Josip Drmic from Borussia Moenchengladbach confirmed by their official website.
Drmic has signed a three-year-contract with last season’s Championship winners as they bid to boost their survival hopes for next season.
The Swiss arrives with previous experience of Champions League football with Bayer Leverkusen prior to his four year stint with Moenchengladbach.
The striker has made 32 appearances for his national side as well as playing in the World Cup and has scored 10 goals in that time.
Drmic is delighted at the move and said: “Now everything is done, I’m very happy. I had very good conversations with Stuart Webber and with the Head Coach Daniel Farke.”
“I was talking also to Timm Klose. We had a long conversation as I had a lot of questions and he spoke very, very positively about the Club.”
“I’m very excited to be playing in the Premier League. I cannot wait because I’ve heard a lot of things from my colleagues in the national team who have played in the Premier League.“
“For me it’s something new. It’s a new opportunity with new challenges and I’m very happy that I’m so close now to playing in the Premier League. I cannot wait to start.”
The Canaries will undoubtedly need more firepower to ease the goalscoring burden on last season’s sensation Teemu Pukki and with the signing of Drmic as well as his added experience this will stand them in good stead for their return to the Premier League.