TEAMtalk understands Norwich boss Daniel Farke has agreed a new long-term contract at the Championship club.
The club have announced there will be an “important announcement” at 7.30pm tonight, ahead of the Carrow Road fixture with Hull City and Farke has penned a new deal with the ambitious club.
The Canaries boss was interesting numerous clubs from the Premier League and Bundesliga and the club have decided to act in order to tie the 42-year-old German to a new deal.
Norwich, who can go back on top of the Championship with a point tonight, was appointed in May 2017 on a two-year contract, which was set to expire this summer.
Farke become Norwich’s first foreign manager after sporting director Stuart Webber targeted him to replace Alex Neil, who was sacked in March 2017.
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The former Borussia Dortmund II coach has had a huge impact at Carrow Road and has recorded a 45% win ratio in his 93 games in charge of Norwich.