Butterfield makes Canaries move
Barnsley midfielder Jacob Butterfield has completed his move to Norwich, signing a four-year deal.
The fee for Butterfield, 22, who had been linked with Newcastle and Reading last season, will be settled by a tribunal after the clubs failed to reach agreement. Barnsley rejected an initial offer as "derisory" and furious manager Keith Hill accused Norwich of attempting to get their man on the cheap. "It seems ridiculous that they're going to try and get him for as little as they possibly can," Hill told BBC Radio Sheffield. "The initial offer is an absolute joke. It's scandalous, disrespectful to Barnsley as well as the management teams and his team-mates. "I'm disappointed with how the situation has lingered on and I would have liked business to have been concluded sooner than this." Bradford-born Butterfield was made the club's youngest-ever captain last season at the age of 21 and a series of fine displays for the Tykes caught the attention of several top flight clubs before he sustained a season-ending knee injury against Leeds in December, which later required surgery to repair an anterior cruciate ligament.