Birmingham City goalkeeper Connal Trueman is set to join Swindon Town on an emergency loan, Football Insider understands.

Trueman spent the first half of this season on loan at League One club AFC Wimbledon.

A recruitment source has told Football Insider the terms of the deal have been agreed and a move could be sealed within days.

Birmingham City

Swindon were forced to hand a debut to first-year professional Archie Matthews on Saturday against Northampton Town when Jojo Wollacott pulled up with a knee injury in the warm-up.

Wollacott himself signed on an emergency loan from Bristol City earlier this month after Mark Travers was recalled by his parent club Bournemouth.

Travers only moved to the County Ground in January after Manchester United youngster Matěj Kovář was recalled by the Premier League side.

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The Robins have now used five different goalkeepers in League One and they currently sit 18th in the division just three points above Burton Albion and Wimbledon who occupy the final two relegation places.

Trueman played 19 league games for the Dons in the first half of the season and kept four clean sheets.

Birmingham City

The 24-year-old is a graduate of the Birmingham City academy and has played 12 games for the senior side including 10 Championship fixtures last term.

He conceded 22 goals in that time and did not keep a clean sheet as the Blues won just once.

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