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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Norwich wrap up full-time Garrido deal

Spanish defender Javier Garrido will join Norwich City on a permanent basis from Lazio in the summer, the East Anglian club have announced.

Being back in the Premier League spotlight has boosted Norwich's finances to unprecedented levels
Garrido has spent this season on loan at Carrow Road

Garrido, 28, who spent the 2012-13 season on loan at Carrow Road and played for Manchester City between 2007 and 2010, will make the move to Norfolk full-time on July 1.

Norwich secured their Premier League survival with a 4-0 home win over West Bromwich Albion on Sunday, and manager Chris Hughton praised the left-back's contribution to their campaign.

He said he was delighted to have secured the full-time services of Garrido, who will sign a two-year contract with an option to extend for another year.

"He has played 34 games for us this season, and the fact that we've signed him is a testament to the contribution he has made to the team since joining us last summer," Hughton told Norwich's official website.

And Garrido added: "I'm so happy to have signed full-time for Norwich City.

"I am very comfortable with everything here - with the players, the technical staff and, of course, the fans. I am just very happy that we have managed to remain in the Premier League, where we belong.

"Now I want to do everything I can to help Norwich to continue to be successful in the Premier League."


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