Murphy set for Robins loan

Swindon expect to complete the loan signing of highly-rated winger Jacob Murphy from Norwich.

Last Updated: 06/02/14 at 18:07

Jacob Murphy: Set for Swindon loan

Jacob Murphy: Set for Swindon loan

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The 18-year-old, whose twin brother Josh also plays for the Canaries, made his senior debut for the club last month in an FA Cup clash with Fulham having been a key part of Norwich's FA Youth Cup-winning side last season.

Murphy, an England Under-19 international, has impressed for their Under-21s this season and looks set to move to Swindon when the loan window re-opens.

"I think that's one we've almost done," manager Mark Cooper told BBC Sport. "We can't sign anyone until Saturday, but I think it's more or less agreed."

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