We look at 11 players who have played for both.
Ahead of Saturday's huge Sky Bet Championship match between Leeds United and Norwich City at Elland Road, we look at 11 players who have played for both the Whites and the Canaries.
Now at Chelsea, Green started his career at Norwich City and spent over ten years on the books at Carrow Road, making over 200 appearances for the Canaries. He spent the 2016/17 season at Leeds.
Mills started out at the Canaries, before moving to Charlton Athletic. He was signed by Leeds in 1999 and he also had spells at Middlesbrough, Manchester City, Hull City and Derby County.
A title winner with Leeds United back in 1992, Newsome left the Whites to join Norwich in 1994. He also had spells with Sheffield Wednesday and Bolton Wanderers.
Drury came through the ranks at Peterborough United, before signing for the Canaries in 2001. Following over 11 years with Norwich and over 350 appearances, he joined Leeds in 2012.
Now with fellow Championship side Middlesbrough, Howson came through the ranks at Elland Road and helped Leeds win promotion from League One in 2010, before moving to Norwich City.
Hughes joined Leeds in 2007 from Norwich following the Whites’ relegation to League One and 15 point deduction. He played a key role in helping Leeds back to the Championship in 2010.
Signing for Leeds following a trial 2008, Becchio scored 86 goals for the club, before moving to Norwich City in 2013 as part of a swap deal with Steve Morison.