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<p>Ricky van Wolfswinkel (Sporting Lisbon to Norwich)</p>
<p>Fee: £8.5m. Age: 24. Nationality: Dutch. Position: Forward.</p>
<p>Arguably the best-named Premier League player since Jan Vennegor of Hesselink, he will hope to do better for Norwich than his compatriot managed at Hull. Averaged a goal every other game for a Sporting team that is no longer one of the dominant clubs in the Portuguese league. Capped twice, in 2010 and this summer in Indonesia.</p>

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