Defender agrees fresh deal with CanariesCITY are pleased to announce the news that Michael Turner has agreed a new contract with the Club.
The defender, who has started in all three of the Canaries’ matches so far this season, has put pen-to-paper on a fresh two-year deal to the summer of 2016, with an option for an additional 12 months.
Neil Adams said: “Michael has been outstanding since I came into the job.
“That includes last season as well; he’s carried on the form he showed in those final few games into pre-season and then the start of this season.
“He fully deserves his new contract and we’re absolutely delighted that he’s signed on the dotted line.”
Turner, 30, joined from Sunderland in July 2012 and featured 28 times in his first campaign at Carrow Road, playing his part in eight clean sheets and scoring important goals against Aston Villa and Swansea City.
The former Brentford and Hull City centre-back was restricted to 22 appearances last season after picking up a hamstring injury against Crystal Palace on New Year’s Day, but he returned to finish the campaign strongly and has been ever present in 2014-15.