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Norwich are closing in on the double signing of Simon Whaley and Rhoys Wiggins, skysports.com understands.
As revealed by skysports.com earlier this month Norwich boss Bryan Gunn has lined up moves for Preston midfielder Whaley and Crystal Palace defender Wiggins to bolster his squad.
Norwich are believed to have agreed deals with Preston and Palace respectively for the duo and both players are currently undergoing medicals.
Gunn is keen to bring in a new left-back and he feels Wiggins fits the bill perfectly.
Preston are willing to let Whaley move on as he does not figure in Alan Irvine's long-term plans at Deepdale.
If both players successfully come through their medicals they could become the latest new recruits at Carrow Road.
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