Huddersfield Town have work to do over the course of the next 48 hours as they look to round off the transfer window in a positive fashion.
Four points from the last two Championship fixtures heading into the international break put a positive spin on life under Carlos Corberan, but focus for the last 10 days or so has been on transfers.
It’s expected that Huddersfield will lose Karlan Grant in the coming days. A move to West Bromwich Albion has been touted all summer and it does appear likely that the 23-year-old will make that move.
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Of course, his goals are going to need replacing, but there’s also a couple of other areas within this Huddersfield squad that need bolstering.
We identify TWO players they could realistically move for ahead of Friday evening’s deadline…
For a long time this summer Huddersfield have been linked with a move for the Leeds United midfielder.
He’s down the pecking order at Leeds following promotion and has been kicking around the under-23s.
Huddersfield appear to be the only Championship side interested in signing the 20-year-old, but a host of League One clubs are rivalling them.
Gotts can play in midfield or at full-back and his versatility could be useful for Town.
Add into the mix the fact that Corberan knows the player well from their time at Leeds and it makes a lot of sense.
There’s little rush to get Green through the door as he’s a free agent after leaving Aston Villa.
The 22-year-old winger is now on the lookout for a permanent home after loan spells with Preston and Charlton last season.
Green is an attack-minded winger and could really bolster Corberan’s options going forwards.
A move to sign Chris Willock fell through, so it’s clear that Corberan wants a bit more variety out wide.
If Green is signed and a centre-forward to replace Grant is lined up, it could be a strong end to the summer.