Norwich City have offered professional contracts to four of the current academy set-up talents, as announced on Norwich’s official website.

The Canaries have offered two-year professional contracts to; Joe Crowe, Jamal Lewis, Aston Oxborough and Louis Ramsay. Also, Diallang Jaiesimi and Todd Cantwell have both signed professional contracts recently and committed their future’s to Norwich.

All four of the players offered contracts have featured for the under-21’s side at times this season. Joe Crowe, centre back, has particularly impressed in defence for Norwich and looks to be a very promising young player for the future at Carrow Road.

With this news, some players will be released at the end of the season having not been handed professional terms. Marcus Beauchamp, Harley Black, Kofi Boateng, George Couzens and Tom Walters will all leave Norwich when their current scholarships end, which will be in June.

Norwich will be hoping that the player offered professional deals will go and make strides in the first-team in the future.