Judging Norwich's summer signings, published at16:14 22 July
With the Euros over, attention has quickly turned to the new Premier League season and what clubs are doing to strengthen their squads.
The transfer window is open until 23:00 BST on 31 August.
Norwich have already signed Billy Gilmour, Angus Gunn and Pierre Lees-Melou - but there could be plenty more business still to be done.
But how do you rate those recruits, and how do they compare with those brought in by rivals?
Norwich's pre-season in pictures, published at13:17 22 July
Norwich City have recorded two wins from two in their pre-season preparations so far.
Daniel Farke's side have five more friendlies lined up before they welcome Liverpool to Carrow Road on 14 August for the start of their Premier League campaign.
Transfer news: Cantwell to Villa?, published at10:58 22 July
Aston Villa are in advanced talks to sign Norwich City's 23-year-old midfielder Todd Cantwell. (Football Insider)
Transfer news: Aarons targeted by Arsenal, published at09:15 19 July
Norwich full-back Max Aarons is now being pursued by Arsenal, who are keen to add the 21-year-old to their summer signings. (Express)
Norwich's pre-season schedule, published at14:50 16 July
Norwich City begin their pre-season campaign on Friday with a friendly at neighbours King's Lynn Town.
The Canaries have seven pre-season matches lined up in total, ending with a trip to Newcastle for some final Premier League preparations on 7 August.
Here's Norwich's pre-season schedule as it stands:
16 July: King's Lynn Town v Norwich (The Walks)
20 July: Norwich v Lincoln City (Lotus Training Centre)
23 July: Norwich v Huddersfield Town (Lotus Training Centre)
28 July: Coventry City v Norwich (Technique Stadium)
31 July: Sheffield United v Norwich (Bramall Lane)
3 August: Norwich v Gillingham (Carrow Road)
7 August: Newcastle v Norwich (St. James' Park)
Sorensen signs contract extension , published at11:08 16 July
Jacob Sorensen has signed a contract extension with Norwich City, keeping him with the Canaries until June 2024, with an option to stay for a further year.
Having joined from Esbjerg last summer, the 23-year-old went on to make 34 appearances as Norwich won the Championship title.
"It was a big step for me, my first time abroad, but I also think that it was the right step to develop myself and come to a good place, good team and a good club, so it’s been a good year," he told the club's website.
When does Premier League season start and other key questions , published at12:02 15 July
Euro 2020 is over and focus has switched to the new Premier League season.
Players are back in training, new signings are settling in and clubs begin their pre-season fixtures this week.
Gibson & Giannoulis make Norwich moves permanent , published at15:44 1 July
Norwich have completed the permanent signing of Burnley defender Ben Gibson and PAOK Salonika left-back Dimitris Giannoulis on three-year contracts.
Following the Canaries' promotion to the Premier League, obligation-to-buy clauses for both players were triggered.
Giannoulis, 25, made 16 appearances after joining on loan in January, while 28-year-old Gibson played 29 times having arrived from Turf Moor last September.
"We're very happy that both Dimitris and Ben are now permanent members of our squad," Norwich manager Daniel Farke told the club website.
"Ben is a great leader and a fantastic person to have in the dressing room. With Dimitris, we were always fully convinced with his potential."
Transfer news: Norwich & Brighton among those interested in Tavernier, published at08:10 1 July
Norwich, Brighton, Manchester United and Arsenal are all interested in Rangers captain James Tavernier. The 29-year-old signed a contract extension in April, tying him to the Scottish champions until 2024. (90min)
Gilmour loan deal close, published at11:11 30 June
Simon Stone, BBC Sport
Norwich are closing in on a season-long loan for Chelsea and Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour.
Gilmour is keen to maintain his progress of the past couple of seasons - he featured 11 times for the Blues in 2020-21 and made his full international debut against England at Euro 2020.
He subsequently tested positive for coronavirus and will end his 10-day isolation on Thursday - when he's expected to have his medical.
A formal announcement is likely to come by the end of the week.
Several clubs were interested in the 20-year-old, but newly promoted Norwich are seen as the most suitable in terms of style and the likelihood of Gilmour playing matches.
Transfer news: Palace and Canaries in hunt for Delaney, published at09:30 30 June
Crystal Palace, Norwich and are all interested in Borussia Dortmund's 29-year-old Denmark midfielder Thomas Delaney, whose contract with the German side expires in 2022. (Sky Germany - in German)