Todd Cantwell has teased a big reveal over his Norwich City exit that led him to joining Rangers.
The Canaries fan left his boyhood club in January to become Michael Beale’s first signing since he replaced Gio van Bronckhorst as manager. He’s been finding his feet in Govan since making the move to Glasgow and has made a decent start to life under Beale, with the Light Blues winning all three matches Cantwell has appeared in.
Cantwell came through the youth ranks at Carrow Road and was being touted with a big money move after impressing in the English Premier League. But things turned sour for him in East Anglia and prior to departing the club, he hadn’t played since November and was out of favour with previous boss Dean Smith as well as replacement David Wagner. And he’s now hinted that there was more to how his time with Norwich ended that meets the eye.
And Cantwell has promised that all will be revealed. But for now, he's just loving life at Rangers admitting he’s happy playing football again.
He said in an Instagram post: “Just a quick statement. The leaving of my boyhood club may have seemed strange to some in terms of my words.
“The situation and the way I was treated will be revealed and my fans and fans of the club will know the truth.
“I’m so happy again and enjoying my football at the amazing Rangers.”