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County swoop for Charlton duo

Notts County have agreed to sign highly-rated Charlton pair Morgan Fox and Bradley Jordan on loan.

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Wales Under-21 international Fox and Jordan are both on the fringes of Charlton's first-team, but Addicks Chris Powell has decided to let them move on loan to gain some experience.

The 20-year-old Fox is a left-back while Jordan is a midfielder, with both players products of Charlton's academy.

The duo will both join Shaun Derry's County ahead of Thursday's loan deadline and will be eligible to make their debuts against Brentford on Saturday.

Striker Callum Ball also became the second Derby player to make the move to Notts this month following in the footsteps of full-back Kieron Freeman.

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