Premier League confirm 2019-20 squads, with Norwich City naming maximum 17 non-homegrown players

Scotland international Grant Hanley counts as a homegrown player for Norwich City, as he was on the

Scotland international Grant Hanley counts as a homegrown player for Norwich City, as he was on the books at Blackburn as a teenager Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City’s 25-man squad list for the first half of the 2019-20 season has been confirmed, with the Canaries naming the maximum of 17 non-homegrown players.

The squad list of all top-flight clubs have been released following the closure of the international transfer window on Tuesday, with no changes allowed until the January transfer window.

Clubs can name no more than 17 players who do not meet the 'homegrown' criteria, defined as: "A player who, irrespective of nationality or age, has been registered with any club affiliated to the Football Association or the Football Association of Wales for a period, continuous or not, of three entire seasons, or 36 months, before his 21st birthday (or the end of the season during which he turns 21)."

So while the maximum is 17 non-homegrown, the remaining players must meet those criteria. However, City have had added flexibility as some of their first-team players qualify as under-21 and do not need to be named in the official squad to be able to play.

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U21s for this season are categorised as players born on or after January 1, 1998, which means Ben Godfrey, Todd Cantwell, Jamal Lewis, Max Aarons and Adam Idah do not have to be named in the official 25-man squad.

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As such, the Canaries' official Premier League squad only includes 22 players, with Sam Byram, Grant Hanley, Tim Krul, Patrick Roberts and Louis Thompson named as five homegrown players - with Thompson registered before he went out on loan to League One side Shrewsbury Town.

Below are the squad lists, as released by the Premier League, with the U21 players including the club's academy scholars.

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25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Amadou, Ibrahim

Buendia Stati, Emiliano

Byram, Samuel Mark*

Drmic, Josip

Fahrmann, Ralf

Hanley, Grant*

Heise, Philip Michael

Hernandez, Onel

Klose, Timm

Krul, Timothy Michael*

Leitner, Moritz

McGovern, Michael

McLean, Kenneth

Pukki, Teemu

Roberts, Patrick John Joseph*

Srbeny, Dennis

Stiepermann, Marco

Tettey, Alexander

Thompson, Louis Clyde William*

Trybull, Tom

Vrancic, Mario

Zimmermann, Christoph

U21 players (Contracts and Scholars)

Aarons, Maximillian James

Adshead, Daniel

Ahadme Yahyai, Gassan

Ahmadi, Arash

Barden, Daniel James

Berkeley, Anthonius James

Blair, Samuel Frederick

Brown, Zak Jazi Theo

Bushiri Kisonga, Rocky

Cantwell, Todd Owen

Coley, Joshua

Dickson-Peters, Thomas Grant Delroy

Dronfield, Zachary Gage

Earley, Saxon Owen

Famewo, Akinlolu Richard

Fitzpatrick, Aidan

Gilmour, Charlie Ian

Godfrey, Benjamin Matthew

Harsani Giurgi, Joshua Alexander

Hayes, Nicholas Michael

Hondermarck, William Mbongo Desire

Hutchinson, Shae Armari Akpojotor

Idah, Adam

Jackson, Eddie Robert

Jaiyesimi, Diallang

Johnson, William

Jones, Ciaren Alexander

Kamara, Abu Bakarr

Khumbeni, Nelson Wilfred

Lewis, Jamal

Lomas, Louis James

Mair, Archie Barclay

Martin, Joshua Saul

McAlear, Reece

McCracken, Jon Douglas

Milovanovic, Saul John

Mourgos, Savvas

Nizet, Rob

Odusina, Oluwarotimi Mark

Omobamidele, Andrew Abiola

Omotoye, Tyrese Demola Huxley

Oxborough, Aston Jay

Parsons, Connor Riece George

Payne, Alfred Edward

Pitcher, Harry James

Power, Simon

Richards, Caleb Joel

Richardson, Matthew David Oscar

Rose, Joseph Matthew

Rowe, Jonathan David Henry

Scully, Thomas

Springett, Tony Gary

Spyrou, Anthony Jeffrey John

Stewart, Sean Patrick

Thomas, Jordan James Chattenton

Thorvaldsson, Isak

Tomkinson, Jonathan Robert

Vaughan, Ethen James

Warner, Jaden Lemar

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