Teemu Pukki has sealed a return to British football by joining English Championship side Norwich.
The Finnish striker has spent the last four years playing for Brondby in Denmark and it’s his 48 goals in 109 appearances there that earned him that move.
But he’ll be known to fans of Scottish football after his brief spell at Celtic between 2013 and 2014.
Pukki was signed by Celtic while Neil Lennon was manager of the club, joining from Schalke with a strong reputation.
Yet Pukki showed very little while in Glasgow, hitting the net just nine times in 37 appearances before moving to Brondby on loan and then on a permanent basis.
But it seems Pukki has resurrected his career in Denmark and, at the expiration of his Brondby contract, has signed at Norwich on a three-year deal:
Introducing our third signing of the summer… 🙌
— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) June 30, 2018
It remains to be seen how Pukki copes with life in English football, but it’s safe to say he’ll have to improve from the player we saw at Celtic.