Sources: Tim Krul undergoing Luton Town medical as permanent deal agreed
Norwich City goalkeeper Tim Krul is undergoing a medical at Luton Town on Tuesday (15 August) after agreeing to join the newly-promoted side, sources have told Football Insider.
The 35-year-old will join the Hatters on a permanent basis.
Norwich were open to letting Krul leave the club this summer after he was surpassed by Angus Gunn in the pecking order in the middle of the 2022-23 campaign.
The veteran was in the final year of his contract at Carrow Road.
He was on the bench for both of Norwich’s Championship fixtures so far – including in the 4-4 draw with Southampton on Saturday (12 August).
However, Krul is now set for a role in the Premier League once again – although it is not clear if he will be first-choice, or understudy to fellow new arrival Thomas Kaminski.
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Kaminski, 30, joined the Hatters from Blackburn earlier this month after also falling down the pecking order at Ewood Park last term.
Meanwhile, Krul made 17 appearances across all competitions in 2022-23, conceding 19 goals and keeping five clean sheets before being replaced between the sticks by Gunn.
The 15-cap Netherlands international, who played at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, last played in the Premier League for Norwich in the 2021-22 campaign.
He has racked up 222 total appearances in the English top flight across spells with the Canaries and Newcastle United – conceding 371 goals and keeping 52 clean sheets in those games.
Luton lost their first-ever Premier League game on Saturday (12 August) with Brighton beating them 4-1 at the Amex Stadium.
The Hertfordshire side next face Chelsea later this month (25 August).
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