Snodgrass makes Canaries switch

Scotland international pens three-year deal with Norwich

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Robert Snodgrass has completed his move from Leeds United to Norwich City, penning a three-year contract in the process.

Sky Sports brought you the news earlier in the week that the Scotland international was destined for Carrow Road.

Transfer talks have now been completed and the highly-rated winger will be turning out in the Premier League next season.

Snodgrass has long been linked with a switch to the top-flight and will now get the opportunity to test himself against the best in the business.

Leeds are reluctant sellers, as they look to mount a promotion push in 2012/13, but have confirmed that a deal has been down with the Canaries.

"Robert Snodgrass has completed his move to Norwich City," read a statement released on the Whites' official website.

"The Scotland international signed a three-year deal with the Canaries on Thursday evening after undergoing a medical at Carrow Road before finalising the terms of his switch to the club.

"The 24-year-old leaves Leeds United four years after arriving at the club from Livingston."