Huddersfield Town are set to collect more cash should they wish to add to their 12 summer signings before the end of the August transfer window.

Town have a 10% sell-on clause for Oliver Norwood, who has left Reading to join Brighton for an undisclosed fee.

The 25-year-old, who played for Northern Ireland in Euro 2016, left Town for a reported £800,000 two years ago.

He signed at the John Smith’s Stadium for £400,000 two years before that.

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It’s standard practice for Town to work a percentage sell-on clause into any outgoing transfer, allowing them a share of any profit the next club make when selling.

So they have benefited from the likes of Jordan Rhodes, for instance, moving on from Blackburn to current club Middlesbrough.

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On moving to Brighton, Norwood said: “You hear what the chairman is saying and the players he wants to keep at the football club and it is an exciting project.

“It all moved very quickly and it’s exciting for me to look forward to coming to Brighton.

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“For me as a player, the fact they were trying to keep players was a big thing.

“I looked at the squad, how close they went last year and the chairman has said he wants to keep that group together.

“I can’t talk about the bids he has turned down but you read bits in the press and it looks like exciting times at Brighton.”