On 29th August 2021 Norwich signed Norwegian international midfielder Mathias Normann on a season-long loan from Russian side FC Rostov. The Canaries have an option to make the deal for the 25-year-old permanent. He was the club's 10th recruitof the Summer 2021 transfer window.
Daniel Farke, Norwich's manager said "We're really happy to bring Mathias in. We've worked on this piece of business for several weeks. It's not easy for us to bring a player in who had many clubs interested in him. We see lots of potential in Mathias and he's capable to play in several roles. He's quite versatile in the midfield positions."
Normann played for the youthteam of his hometown Svolvaer before joining Lofoten in 2012. He moved to Bodo/Glimt in 2013, making his senior debut on 24th April 2014. During his time with Bodo/Glimt he was loaned to Alta.
He joined Brighton in 2017 but didn't make a first team appearance for the Seagulls and on 19th August 2017 he joined Molde on a loan that was extended to the summer of 2018. He made 18 appearances for Molde
On 28th January 2019, he signed with the Russian Premier League club FC Rostov and had made 56 appearances at the time of his loan to Norwich, scoring twice.
He made his international debut for Norway on 5th September 2019 against Malta in a Euro 2020 qualifier. His first international goal was against Serbia on 8th October 2020.
Normann made his Norwich debut on 18th September 2021 in a 3-1 home defeat to Watford in the Premier League.