'Enjoying my time before we destroy the next eight games' - Canaries stars recharge their batteries
PUBLISHED: 12:07 20 March 2019 | UPDATED: 13:06 20 March 2019
Enjoying a bit of sunshine is the focus for some of Norwich City's players during the early stages of the international break, as the Championship leaders prepare for their promotion push.
While the likes of Teemu Pukki, Max Aarons and Timm Klose are away on national duty, some of Daniel Farke’s squad are enjoying warmer climes before getting stuck into training ahead of a trip to Middlesbrough on Saturday, March 30.
Cuban winger Onel Hernandez and German midfielder Tom Trybull have both taken the chance to get some sun with a short break in Dubai with their partners, where temperatures average around 23C at this time of year.
Hernandez posted a photo of his luxurious surrounding on Instagram, boldly telling City supporters: “Enjoying my time before we destroy the next eight games.”
Moritz Leitner is back in Germany, catching up with friends and family in Munich, also posting photos of him working hard in the gym as he continues to try and reclaim a starting role.
Argentine winger Emi Buendia is catching some rays in Tenerife, having been signed from Spanish side Getafe last summer, as is Canaries academy product Todd Cantwell in Marbella.
The club’s international contingent are also enjoying a change of scenery as well though.
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Timm Klose has posted a scenic photo from a hotel in Zurich, after joining up with the Switzerland squad ahead of a home European Championship qualifier against Georgia on Saturday.
Farke’s team sit four points clear at the top of the Championship table with eight games left to play, after winning a sixth successive game on Saturday, securing a hard fought 2-1 victory at Rotherham.