Gillingham striker Simeon Jackson appears to be on the verge of a move away from the Priestfield Stadium - with Norwich the favourites to land his signature.

Jackson was left out of Gillingham's squad for Tuesday night's 2-1 friendly victory over Dartford and after the game, boss Andy Hessenthaler confirmed there had been "a development".

He told BBC Radio Kent: "Simeon's not here because there has been a development. It looks like he's going to go. There will be confirmation by the end of the week I think or maybe before. I think it is (Norwich) but I don't know."

Canadian international Jackson, 23, has scored 43 goals for Gillingham and has been the Kent outfit's top marksman for the past two seasons.

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