Following a report breaking summer time wherein the newly promoted Terriers spent near £40m, Pritchard turns into the membership’s first January purchase after an earlier mortgage deal for Terence Kongolo.
He has signed a three-and-a-half 12 months contract till June 2021, with Huddersfield holding the choice of extending the deal by an extra 12 months. The versatile 24-year-old has additionally been assigned the west Yorkshire membership’s quantity 21 shirt.
“I am very blissful to have the ability to welcome Alex to Huddersfield City,” supervisor David Wagner advised HTAFC.com upon the switch’s announcement.
“He’s precisely the kind of participant that we wish to work with at this membership. Alex is a younger, British participant who arrives as one of many high performers within the Sky Wager Championship and with a want to show himself within the Premier League,” the boss added.
“Now we’ll work exhausting with him to provide him each risk of being a hit for us within the high division. I might wish to thank Dean Hoyle and the board for being as supportive as ever on this switch window and making this switch attainable.”
Pritchard has prior, albeit minimal, Premier League expertise with Tottenham and West Brom. He missed a lot of the primary half of this season on account of an ankle harm, however was a direct common for Norwich after returning to health in late November.
His final recreation for the Canaries was a powerful Zero-Zero draw in opposition to Chelsea within the FA Cup.