Grant Hanley has completed his move away from St James' Park this summer, joining Norwich City on a four-year contract. 

The Scottish international defender only joined Newcastle last season in a deal worth £6m from Blackburn Rovers. Going on to make just 17 appearances for the Magpies, Hanley has moved to Carrow Road to return to ​Championship football in the ​Norwich first team.

Hanley has already featured for ​Newcastle this season, playing all 120 minutes in an EFL Cup defeat to Nottingham Forest. Speaking to Norwich City TV, Hanley said: "Being able to come to a massive club and get games is a big motivation for me.

​​"It’s a club with high aspirations and a fresh start for me. As a defender, I’m a bit of an old-fashioned no-nonsense centre-half and you pride yourself on clean sheets," he added. "We’ve got work to do on the training ground to improve that so I’m looking to hit the ground running. I can’t wait to get started."