Norwich fans have been responding to the news, with many appearing delighted.
“It didn’t go well for Angus at Southampton but I’m pretty sure every Norwich fan would have been happy for him to be No 1 after the 17/18 season. Gets to learn under Krul and an excellent back-up. Good stuff.”
“Very happy, had him on loan from Man City in Farke’s first season and he was out of this world. Bit surprised that we are spending five million on a back up keeper but I guess that can only be a good thing as it means we’ll be spending much more on the rest of the squad.Ambition.”
“Delighted with that. Welcome home Angus. Successor to Tim when he moves on”
“V happy with this”
Judging by the comments, many Norwich fans seem happy by the news, as the club edges closer to their first summer signing.
The goalkeeper spent the 2020/21 season on loan at Stoke City, where he conceded 21 goals in 15 games and kept six clean sheets in the league.
His father – Bryan Gunn – also played for Norwich during his playing career and is a club legend having appeared in 477 games for the club, and making more top-flight appearances for the Canaries than any other player.