It might be safe to assume that Charlton Athletic are going to have a busy few days in the transfer window as they look to bolster their squad.
Lee Bowyer has managed to get in some decent signings since the takeover of Thomas Sandgaard but there is still work to do to get the squad ready for what is going to be a hectic remainder of the campaign.
Certainly, we should expect some players to come in, if they can work things out deals-wise, but there may also be some exits between now and the deadline on Friday.
Here, we’re looking at a couple of players that might move on in one capacity or another in the final days – though calling Charlton’s remaining window is a hard task given how uncertain the situation is in terms of arrivals…
Phillips’ future has been subject to serious speculation this transfer window and it looks as though he has lost his number 1 spot at the club now with Ben Amos looking assured and Ashley Maynard-Brewer his back-up.
Indeed, Lee Bowyer has said that the stopper runs the risk of being forgotten by clubs if he does not move in the final days of the market and with him not signing a new contract at Charlton, something needs sorting soon.
Elsewhere at The Valley, a lot of potential exits will depend on Charlton signing players first as there can be no doubt Lee Bowyer wants and needs to add to his squad.
If he can pad it out further, perhaps we’ll see some youngsters move out on loan to get experience – though that, it must be stressed, it’s not certain.
Junior Quitirna might be one that could benefit from a loan now, but it remains to be seen what the Addicks want to do.