Luton Town have announced their fourth signing of the summer, with Norwich City midfielder Cameron McGeehan joining for an undisclosed six-figure fee.
The 20-year-old has made 33 appearances for the club, scoring six times during two loan spells at Kenilworth Road, where he has become a firm favourite with supporters.
The Canaries have also confirmed that they have ‘significant’ sell-on fee included should McGeehan move on from Luton as Town boss John Still told the club’s official website: “It goes without saying that we are thrilled that Cameron will be a Luton Town player.
“We all know what Cameron is capable of; we have seen it in the last two seasons.
“Cameron has become a Luton Town player. He gets it. He loves the club and the fans have really taken to him.
“That’s what we have tried to install in all of our players and that can only bode well for now and the future.”
McGeehan will officially sign his permanent deal on Juy 1 and follows Jack Marriot, Scott Cuthbert and Dan Potts in completing moves since the season ended.