Slovakian attacking midfielder Ondrej Duda joined Norwich City on loan from German side Hertha Berlin on 12th January 2020. He made his Norwich debut starting in the 1-0 home win over Bournemouth on 18th January 2020.
Duda began his football career at his hometown club MFK Snina before moving to fellow Slovakian side Kosice where he rose through the youth team ranks to make his debut aged 17 against Slovan Bratislava.
After 33 appearances and five goals, he chose not to renew his contract and moved to Polish side Legia Warsaw in February 2014. He made 67 appearances for Legia, scoring 10 goals. During this time he was first capped by Slovakia at full international level, having played at Under-19 and Under-21. His international debut was against Finland in November 2014. His first international goal came against Wales.
On 20th July 2016 he moved to German side Hertha Berlin on a five year deal. His start in Berlin was sidelined by a knee injury but he had a prolific 2018/19 season, scoring 11 goals in 32 Bundesliga games. His form saw him linked with Sevilla. 2019/20 was less successful and he fell out of favour with new manager Jurgen Klinsmann who allowed Duda to join Norwich on loan, He had played 70 games for Hertha, scoring 13 goals.