Date of birth
Timm Klose signed for Norwich City from German outfit VfL Wolfsburg in January 2016, penning a three-and-a-half year deal.
The Swiss international defender's senior career began in his homeland, joining FC Thun from FC Basel's Under-21s in 2009.
During his two years with Thun he won the Swiss Challenge League ahead of making the switch to Bundesliga side FC Nurnberg.
Impressive performances earned him a move to Wolfsburg, helping the Wolves to the German Cup and German Super Cup while with the Club ahead of relocating to England.
He made his City debut in February 2016, with his influence growing in central defence until he suffered a knee injury against Crystal Palace in April that was severe enough to rule him out of for the rest of the campaign and that summer's European Championship.
Timm featured 34 times for the Club in the 2016/17 season, scoring against Birmingham City as the Canaries finished eighth in the Sky Bet Championship.
He spent 2020/21 out on loan at FC Basel in the Swiss Super League, playing regularly at the heart of defence.