By DAN KARELL
Norwich City had until Monday to decide whether they wanted to sign on-loan forward Kei Kamara on a permanent basis.
They didn’t even make it past Saturday night.
Following a 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa, where Kamara played the final 18 minutes of the match, Norwich announced that they had agreed to let Kamara’s loan deal end, returning the Sierra Leone international to Sporting Kansas City in Major League Soccer with immediate effect.
The 28-year-old moved to the English Premier League club on January 30, making 11 appearances for Norwich with one goal. Last season for Sporting Kamara bagged 12 goals in 37 appearances, and helped lead the side to a U.S. Open Cup title and first place in the Eastern Conference.
What do you make of this news? Do you see Kamara having an instant impact back in Kansas City? Do you think Norwich should have signed him long-term?
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