Plymouth Argyle are one of the better run clubs in the EFL and have conducted some outstanding recruitment in the last few years.
The Pilgrims only missed out on the play-offs on the final day in League One, despite being tipped for relegation by many at the beginning of the campaign.
Expect them to be organised, measured and sustainable in their approach this summer in looking to build on an impressive start in senior management from Steven Schumacher.
Argyle have been able to establish continuity in selection since winning automatic promotion from League Two in 2019/20 and they will most likely continue in a 3-5-2 formation next term.
Here, we have taken a look at three transfer scenarios that might play out at Plymouth early in the summer window…
With Romoney Crichlow returning to Huddersfield Town this summer, Argyle will be looking for a new defender to bolster their depth chart.
As shrewd operators, Jack Tucker could tickle their fancy after his contract expired with Gillingham.
The 22-year-old will likely join a League One side with realistic promotion aspirations next season, and Argyle fit that bill, it could take some time for him to adjust to the Pilgrims’ expansive style of play but Tucker would certainly be an eye-catching pick-up.
With Steven Sessegnon heading back to Fulham this summer, Kyle Knoyle could be a smart signing in replenishing their depth a right wing back.
The 24-year-old had a very difficult debut season at Doncaster Rovers this term, but still produced seven goal contributions from right back.
The West Ham United academy graduate would slot in nicely at wing back and could add some much needed competition for places.
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It could be tough for Argyle to turn down offers for Michael Cooper this summer, with parachute payment-fuelled Norwich City interested in his services according to Football Insider.
A replacement would need to be sourced if the 22-year-old did depart and therefore an early window exit could be likely, to give the club time to find the right person to fill Cooper’s big shoes in goal.
Argyle are run very sustainably and with that in mind, it could be tough for them to reject seven figure bids this summer.