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Southampton's Angus Gunn set for Norwich City medical today?

Angus Gunn set for Norwich medical today?
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Norwich City will reportedly complete the signing of Southampton's Angus Gunn, who will complete his medical today before penning a long-term deal with his former club.

Southampton goalkeeper Angus Gunn is reportedly going to complete his medical today ahead of a move to recently-promoted Norwich City.

The Canaries have been working on a deal for Gunn since the end of last season and had to fend off late competition from Leeds United to seal his signature.

Gunn has fallen down the pecking order at Southampton and finds himself behind Alex McCarthy and Fraser Forster at St Mary's, which meant that he seeked game time out on loan at Stoke City last October.

Football Insider now reports that Gunn will complete the first stages of his Norwich medical on Monday before penning a long-term deal at Carrow Road.

Gunn's career began with Norwich where he developed in their academy system before a move to Manchester City's youth setup, but he did return to East Anglia to make his senior debut for the club in 2017.

The 25-year-old has only played 22 times in the Premier League, with all of his top-flight appearances coming for the Saints.

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