Vadis Ofoe leaves Norwich City to join Legia Warsaw

Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe has swapped Norwich City for Legia Warsaw. Picture by EXPA Pictures/Focus Images

Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe has swapped Norwich City for Legia Warsaw. Picture by EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City midfielder Vadis Ofoe has completed his move to Champions League hopefuls Legia Warsaw for an undisclosed fee.

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Ofoe has signed a two-year deal after terminating his contract with the Canaries. The Belgian international travelled to Poland on Wednesday for talks and to undergo a medical, and the midfielder watched Legia's 0-0 draw against Trencin which sealed a 1-0 aggregate win to progress to the final pre-qualifying stage of the Champions League.

Ofoe clocked up 19 senior appearances in an injury-hit spell in Norfolk following his move from Club Bruges in 2014. The 27-year-old spent a month on-loan last season at Rotherham and was set to be way down the pecking order for the club's Championship fightback following the summer arrivals of midfield duo Alex Pritchard and Sergi Canos.

Legia, who won the Polish title last season by four points, were drawn against Irish side Dundalk in Friday's final play-off round draw with the winners progressing to the group stages of this season's competition.


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