Abuja - Norwich City chief executive David McNally believes his club pulled off a profitable coup by signing a high profile player like Joseph Yobo during the January transfer window.
The Canaries secured the loan signings of both Joseph Yobo and Jonas Guttierrez in January, and McNally believes that the players, who he described as being of "first class" quality, are good value for money, Kick Off Nigeria reports.
"Those two were crucial reinforcements," he said.
"Joseph has played 95 times for Nigeria and Jonas 22 times for Argentina and bringing them in on a short-term basis, knowing the character of these men is first class, was better for us than investing in a four-year contract on someone of less quality."
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