Luton Town will be looking to add further to their squad this month in order to keep moving in the right direction under Nathan Jones.
Several new faces were brought in over the summer and it appears likely that there could be a few more coming through the door over the next few weeks as the Hatters aim to build on their start to the campaign in the Sky Bet Championship.
January also offers Jones and his staff the opportunity to assess whether there needs to be some departures from Kenilworth Road, with there being some fringe player’s who could be keen on a move away in search of more game time.
Either way it is an opportunity to see how the team can improve overall and with plenty of time left to go before the deadline, Luton have a lot of room for manoeuvre should they choose to make any changes to their squad.
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Here, we take a look at TWO Luton Town transfer sagas to keep an eye on this week…
Elliot Anderson to Luton
Luton previously failed in their attempt to bring Anderson to the club last summer, as per a previous report by Chronicle Live.
However there is a chance that Jones and co could revisit a move for the youngster this month if they choose to add to their squad.
Anderson has since shown great form for the Magpie’s under-23s and is sure to be someone that the Hatters are keeping a close eye on.
With Eddie Howe now in charge in the North East, he could well be more willing to let the midfielder leave on loan that his predecessor.
Elijah Adebayo to Newcastle United
The striker continues to be one of the most talked about players in his position and is said to have attracted interest from the Magpies.
Adebayo has been in the form of his career since signing from Walsall and already has 11 goals to his name in his opening 21 games.
As a result the Hatters are expected to field plenty of interest in the 24-year-old this month from other clubs.
However with the player appearing to be very settled at Kenilworth Road, it will take a lot of money to even convince Luton to come to the negotiation table.