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Rumour Mill: Norwich City battle Everton for signature of England Under-19s midfielder from MK Dons

PUBLISHED: 10:29 01 July 2014 | UPDATED: 12:45 01 July 2014

Brendan Galloway celebrates scoring against Halifax for MK Dons. Picture: Milton Keynes Citizen

Brendan Galloway celebrates scoring against Halifax for MK Dons. Picture: Milton Keynes Citizen

Milton Keynes Citizen

Norwich City are reportedly battling Premier League club Everton for the signature of MK Dons youngster Brendan Galloway.

Brendan Galloway (left) with his League One Apprentice of the Year awrd, alongside MK Dons manager Karl Robinson and team-mate Dele Alli, with a special award for becoming the club's youngest ever player to score a hat-trick. Picture: Milton Keynes Citizen Brendan Galloway (left) with his League One Apprentice of the Year awrd, alongside MK Dons manager Karl Robinson and team-mate Dele Alli, with a special award for becoming the club's youngest ever player to score a hat-trick. Picture: Milton Keynes Citizen

The 18-year-old is an England youth colleague of City winger Josh Murphy, having been capped at under-18 and under-19 level.

The youngster, who can play as a midfielder or a defender, was named the League One Apprentice of the Year at the Football League Awards in March but the Daily Mirror claim he will leave MK Dons this summer.

Galloway became the Dons youngest ever player when he made his debut for the League One club in an FA Cup first round match at the age of just 15 in 2011.

However chances have been limited for Galloway since making his debut for the Milton Keynes side, playing 13 games last season, starting just three times and scoring once.

The Daily Mail are claiming the Zimbabwe-born player is valued at £4million by MK Dons, but the Mirror say Galloway is quitting the Dons this summer and compensation will have to be agreed with the Dons.

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