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30 January 2020

Leicester Forward Joins Swindon 

Leicester City striker Admiral Muskwe has been loaned to Swindon Town for the remainder of the 2019/20 campaign. 

The 21-year-old’s first appearance for his new side could come this weekend when leaders Swindon host second-placed Exeter City. 

The Zimbabwean has yet to play for the Foxes’ first team but has scored ten goals for their U23 team this season. 

Muskwe has also played for his country on four occasions, after playing a number of times for England under-17s. 

 

Mansfield Sign Watts On Loan 

Newcastle United defender Kelland Watts has agreed a deal until the end of the season with Mansfield Town. 

This is his second loan spell of this campaign, following his stint with Stevenage, for whom he made twenty appearances for. 

Watts, who can also play in midfield, has represented England at U19 level and is looking for another opportunity to gain regular game time. 

Mansfield manager Graham Coughlan told the club website: “He's big and strong and suits the division which will help us massively." 

 

Stevenage Agree Terms With Blades Striker 

Former Sheffield United forward David Parkhouse has joined League Two side Stevenage until the end of the season. 

Parkhouse, who has played for Northern Ireland’s youth teams, hasn’t made his debut for Chris Wilder’s team as of yet. 

He spent the first-half of 2019/20 at Derry City, where he scored an impressive 19 goals in 39 matches. 

The 20-year-old has become the fifth player to join The Boro' in this window, as the club look to avoid the drop. 

Stevenage currently sit bottom of the League Two table and are without a win in three matches in all competitions. 

The club, who take on Leyton Orient at home next, have won just three of their league games and have a goal difference of -22. 


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