Greece international Christos Tzolis has joined Norwich City from PAOK on a five-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
The winger, 19, registered 16 goals and ten assists across 46 appearances in all competitions last season as PAOK won the Greek Cup and finished second in the country’s Super League.
He has eight Greece caps, having made his international debut last October.
“From the first moment, I was excited to come here,” Tzolis told Norwich’s website.
“I said to my agent to sign as fast as possible here. It’s an excellent step for me.”
Tzolis joins his Greece teammate Dimitris Giannoulis in signing for Norwich.
Left-back Giannoulis, 25, has joined permanently after arriving on loan from PAOK in January.
Tzolis is 19 years old and the most promising talent in Greece at the moment.
Last year was his breakout year for Greek giants PAOK.
He scored 15 goals and got 7 assists across 49 appearances across all competitions. He has represented the Greek national team eight times scoring once.
This is incredibly prolific for a 19 year old and at a decent level competitively, especially as he has scored at a European level.
This is also extremely promising as he has played the majority of his football this season from the left and not as an out and out striker.