Five youngsters sign professional forms with Canaries
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Norwich City have a new goalkeeper on their books after snapping up teenager Jake Hallett from Southampton.
Hallett is one of five young players to have signed two-year professional deals with the Canaries, with a one-year option.
The Birmingham-born goalkeeper, who will be 19 in October, moves to City after spending the best part of a decade with Southampton.
Meanwhile Joe Crowe, Jamal Lewis, Aston Oxborough and Louis Ramsay have all graduated from the club's Under-18s after impressing for Graeme Murty's side.
They will be joined in the development squad by Todd Cantwell, who signed pro terms towards the end of last season, and January signing from York City Ben Godfrey.
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Crowe and Ramsay are both defenders while Lewis is a versatile winger and Oxborough a goalkeeper.
Ten youngsters have joined City's Under-18s set-up as first-year scholars ahead of the 2016-17 season.
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