West Ham defender Sam Byram has completed a move to fellow Premier League side Norwich City.
The Canaries have officially confirmed the signing, with Byram penning a four-year deal at Carrow Road – following their promotion from the Championship last season.
Twitter: Sam Byram becomes our fourth signing of the summer, joining on a four-year deal from West Ham United! #ncfc (@NorwichCityFC)
According to Sky Sports, Norwich have paid £750k to sign Byram, who had just one year left on his contract at West Ham.
Twitter: Norwich have agreed a £750,000 deal to sign defender Sam Byram from West Ham (@SkySportsPL)
The right-back joined West Ham from Leeds United for an undisclosed fee in 2015, but never managed to get a consistent run of games at the club.
He made just 36 appearances for the Hammers in four years, and was loaned out to Championship side Nottingham Forest for the second-half of last season – playing eight times.