I don't know any of those players but if you think they're good they should be.
From Italy to South America
Norwich continue spending spree
Norwich have further added to their squad - raiding the South American market this time around - as Dean Ashton and Norwich aim to break into the top half of the table this season.
And for the second time in just three months, Norwich have smashed their transfer record, this time for Porto destroyer Fernando.
The 24-year-old was the vice-captain of the Portuguese side until new manager Paulo Fonseca decided that the Brazilian was not required. While Porto fans are disappointed with the sale of Fernando, back in England many eyebrows have been raised by Norwich spending a whopping £9.75m on a defensive midfielder. With such a hefty price tag, he will surely be under pressure to prove his critics wrong.
City's second big money signing comes in the form of Udinese's Roberto Pereyra who cost the Canaries £6.5m. The Argie hotshot arrived from River Plate two years ago, and after 48 appearances for the Zebrette, he has moved on to Norwich, and his pace and dribbling skills are sure to excite the Canaries fans.
In addition, left sided duo Jean Beausejour and Juan Sanchez Mino have been brought in from Wigan and Boca Juniors respectively for a combined £7m.
But Norwich's spending will still not end according to sources, with a fee being agreed with Wigan for midfielder James McCarthy, although it is a doubt the move will go through since the Irishman is currently sidelined with an injury.