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2 in, 1 out: The transfer scenarios that might play out at Luton Town early in the summer transfer window



Narrowly being edged out by Huddersfield Town in the semi-finals of the Championship play-offs, Luton Town will be eager to kick on and challenge at the right end of the league once more. 

The Hatters, like the Terriers, defied the odds to make the top-six, with Nathan Jones’ side bowing out with class, in what was an impressive display in Yorkshire.

The Bedfordshire club have improved their league position in the last six successive years, with the Hatters setting themselves up with a challenging task if they are to make it a seventh.

Here, we take a look at three transfer situations we could see playing out at Kenilworth Road this summer…

IN: Matt Ingram  

Matt Ingram came in on an emergency loan at the end of April, playing a total of four games at the crunch end of the season for the Hatters.

Luton currently have their first-choice shot-stopper James Shea out with a serious knee injury, paving the way for a potential Ingram return.

Football Insider have claimed that the Hatters are looking to bring the 28-year-old in on a permanent deal, with Preston North End providing the Hatters with competition.

Quiz: Can you name which club Luton Town sold these 16 players to from the last decade?

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IN: Jack Rudoni

Luke Berry and Jordan Clark spent large periods of the season out injured, and with Robert Snodgrass’ future yet to be determined, a move for Jack Rudoni would make sense.

The AFC Wimbledon attacking midfielder would bring a more direct form of creativity, with the 20-year-old someone who commits defenders with jinking forward runs.

TEAMtalk reported in February that Luton were on of many clubs in pursuit, but with a similar set of clubs interested in the likes of Scott Twine and Elliot Anderson, the Bedfordshire club could win this particular race if they strengthen there interest.

OUT: Josh Neufville  

Luton may look to temporarily offload Josh Neufville ahead of the new campaign, with the 21-year-old excelling with Yeovil Town this season.

Perhaps now searching for a Football League suitor to aid with his progression, Jones may sanction a loan move to bridge the gap from the National League to the top end of the Championship.

A dynamic forward, with lightning quick pace and lots of attacking intelligence, Neufville could be an exciting addition at several fourth-tier outfits.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: 2 in, 1 out: The transfer scenarios that might play out at Luton Town early in the summer transfer window

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