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With the start of the 2015/16 English Premier League just weeks away, things are hotting up on the transfer market.

Bunn seals Aston Villa move

Aston Villa have signed goalkeeper Mark Bunn from Norwich City following his release from the Carrow Road outfit.

Canaries loan out Matthews

Norwich manager Alex Neil has allowed young goalkeeper Remi Matthews to rejoin Burton on a six-month loan deal.

Canaries fail with third Brady bid

Norwich have seen their latest bid for Robbie Brady knocked back by Hull, although the Premier League newcomers remain hopeful of striking a deal.

Opening day fixtures confirmed

Premier League champions Chelsea will start the 2015/16 Premier League campaign at home to Swansea City, while Manchester United play host to Tottenham.

Neil agrees new Norwich deal

Norwich City manager Alex Neil has committed his future to the newly-promoted Premier League outfit after penning a new long-term contract.

Galtier hails Van Wolfswinkel

Saint-Etienne boss Christophe Galtier has hailed Ricky Van Wolfswinkel, with the club set to complete a deal to sign the striker.

Snodgrass heads to Hull

Scotland international midfielder Robert Snodgrass has joined Hull City from Norwich for a reported fee of £7million.

Lafferty heading to Norwich

Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty will join Norwich City from Palermo on July 1 for an undisclosed fee.

Norwich appoint Adams

Relegated Norwich have handed caretaker manager Neil Adams the job on a permanent basis.

Smith accepts responsibility

Delia Smith admits that the decision to dismiss manager Chris Hughton should have been taken earlier in the season.

Norwich City 0-2 Arsenal

Second-half goals from Aaron Ramsey and Carl Jenkinson sealed Arsenal a comfortable final-day 2-0 win at relegated Norwich.

Norwich v Arsenal

After what has been one of the most exciting Premier League seasons in recent history, it seems rather odd that so little will be at stake when Arsenal play against Norwich on Sunday.

Mourinho surprised by tactics

Jose Mourinho said he was surprised to see Norwich sit back and defend on Sunday, instead of fighting for their survival.

Chelsea 0-0 Norwich City

Chelsea and Norwich City had to settle for a point apiece which does neither side any favours after a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge.

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