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Tim Krul makes move to Luton Town

Tim Krul makes move to Luton Town

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Tim Krul moves to Luton Town

Premier League club Luton Town have secured a deal to sign veteran goalkeeper Tim Krul from Norwich City. The 35-year-old shotstopper has played in England on and off since 2006, first appearing for Newcastle United, before spells at Carlisle United and Brighton followed. A five year stint at Norwich City and 163 games later, a return to the top flight is now on the cards with the Hatters.

Initially, Krul happened to have been in top form for the Canaries, at one point scooping the Player of the Season in 2019-20. Last season Krul appeared just sixteen times in the Championship, and was ultimately displaced in the club's first team. 

Krul said of the move: “The story of Luton Town speaks for itself, the last nine years has been an amazing journey and I’m excited to join that journey. It’s been a whirlwind for the club; I spoke to Carlton Morris and he spoke very highly about what’s happening at this club. 

“I know Thomas Kaminski as well, it’s good to speak a bit of Dutch Flemish to him. It’s so important to have competition for places, if you look at the Premier League teams, they have lots of competition for spots and it should be no different here.”