Sammy Is Norwich-Bound
Forest Midfielder Sammy Clingan today agreed to leave Forest in favour of a move to East Anglia and Norwich City, as confirmed today on the Official Site.
Clingan's contract at the City Ground had expired and although he had been offered a new deal, Norwich seemed the more attractive option for the Northern Ireland international.
Clingan played 92 league and cup games for the Reds, scoring one goal - against Crewe in the 2-0 home win back in November.
Sammy played an important part in Forest's promotion last season, and it is difficult to deny he will be a significant loss. This announcement will not be received well by the Forest faithful, and it remains to be seen how the club plan to replace him.
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