Luton Town are poised to complete the signing of MK Dons forward Sam Nombe, according to the Guardian’s Will Unwin.
It has been a relatively quiet transfer window for the Hatters, with Nathan Jones’ side making five new signings over the course of the summer.
After signing Joe Morrell from Bristol City yesterday, Luton look set to make their sixth signing of the summer, with MK Dons’ Sam Nombe closing in on a move to Kenilworth Road.
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According to Unwin, Nombe is currently undergoing a medical ahead of an initial loan move to Kenilworth Road – Luton are then set to have the option to buy the player at the end of his loan spell.
Nombe joined MK Dons as a child, progressing through the ransk before making his debut for the club in 2017.
The 21-year-old has since made 46 appearances for the club, scoring six goals across all competitions, and now looks set to join the Hatters.
This has the potential to be a decent signing for Luton.
Nombe was impressive in League One last term. He may not have scored too many goals in his career, but he is a strong, quick attacker who has a big future ahead of him.
He can play anywhere across the front-line which makes him a useful option for Jones, and his physical presence will give them plenty of impetus going forward.