After weeks of speculation, Norwich City confirmed the signing of 18 year old right back Bali Mumba from Sunderland on 27th July 2020. He signed a four year deal. It is reported that Norwich paid £500,000 for the signature of the England youth international who has played for his nation at every level from under-16s to under-19s.
Mumba made his senior debut for Sunderland against Wolverhampton Wanderers on the last day of the 2017–18 EFL Championship season, coming on as an 87th-minute substitute for captain John O'Shea, who handed him the captain's armband as he entered the field of play.
Mumba spent the second half of 2019/20 on loan with non-league outfit South Shields and leaves Sunderland having made only 10 appearances for the club.
He is expected to join the Norwich first team squad.
After a strong pre-season Mumba made his competitive first team debut for Norwich in the Carabao (League) Cup first round clash at Luton on 5th September 2020 which Norwich lost 3-1. The Canaries had 15 first teamers missing due to international call-ups with a further two injured.