Done Deal : Norwich City Loan Out Ex-Arsenal Defender OdusinaPublished: January 18, 2019
EFL Championship club Norwich City have loaned out former Arsenal youth-teamer Timi Odusina to National League side AFC Fylde for the remainder of the 2018-2019 campaign.
The Canaries have decided to loan out the promising defender to the Lancashire-based club in order to gain first-team experience.
Prior to his loan move to AFC Fylde, the central defender started and completed all the 20 games played by Norwich City's U23 team in all competitions.
He has been on the books of Norwich City for five years after joining the club from Arsenal.
The 19-year-old, who has captained the U23 team in most games this season, penned his first professional contract in April 2016.
Odusina has been handed the number 18 jersey by the Coasters and is eligible to make his debut this weekend against Wrexham.
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