Canaries get ready for a squad overhaul this summer.
Norwich City boss has released ten players who have all been in and around the first team this season as they look to rebuild this summer in an attempt to avoid another relegation battle, talkSPORT reports.
The most high profile of those names is striker Simeon Jackson. The 26-year-old Jamaican born Canadian international joined the club whilst they were in League One and has been along on the wild ride up to the top flight. However, he never managed to get a proper run in the side and in his three years in Norfolk he managed to make just under 100 appearances, scoring 17 goals. It is thought, though, that the pacy forward shouldn’t have a problem finding a new club.
Joining him through the exit are Korey Smith, Marc Tierney and former Coventry City defender Elliot Ward.
Former academy graduate Chris Martin is set to join Derby County after spending the second part of the season on loan with The Rams, scoring twice in 13 outings whilst youngsters Tom Adeyemi, George Francomb, Lee Camp, Ramil Sheriff and Scott Olumide Durojaiye will all need to find new clubs.
“I’d like to personally thank every single one of these lads, their attitude this season has been first class. They are all top individuals and we wish them all the very best,” Hughton said.