Huddersfield Town have refused to sit on their hands heading into the summer and are already well down the line in reshaping Carlos Corberan’s playing squad.
Corberan’s first season in management was tough and Huddersfield drifted towards a relegation fight in the Championship as the season dragged on.
So, to see Matty Pearson and Jordan Rhodes captured early in the summer was a positive sign, albeit the pair came into the John Smith’s Stadium as free agents.
That’s the market that Huddersfield are exploring right now and is the perfect place to kick off this transfer round-up:
Huddersfield have completed their third signing of the summer this week, agreeing a deal to sign Lee Nicholls as a free agent on July 1st.
The goalkeeper has signed a two-year deal with Town, with the club also having the option to extend that contract by a further 12 months if they wish.
Nicholls, 28, arrives having made over 150 appearances for MK Dons in the last five seasons.
He will challenge Ryan Schofield for the No.1 jersey in Corberan’s squad next season.
Despite signing Fraizer Campbell up for another season and capturing the service of Rhodes, Huddersfield look to be in for a new striker still.
A per a report from East Anglian Daily Times, Huddersfield join Ipswich Town in taking an interest in the 24-year-old.
Bishop scored 10 goals and registered five assists last season in League One, managing to match the tally he chalked up in 2019/20.
It will likely take a six-figure fee to land Bishop.
As per Football Insider, Huddersfield are amongst the host of Championship clubs interested in a deal for Elder at Hull City.
Corberan has Harry Toffolo at left-back currently, but competition for him is key for the club this summer.
Elder is a name that’s been thrown into the hat early this summer, but Derby, Preston and Cardiff are also interested in the Hull full-back after his excellent impact in League One last season.
One goal and nine assists contributed heavily to Grant McCann’s side winning promotion back into the Championship.