Huddersfield Town have endured a busy 24 hours in the transfer window.
Carlos Corberan had already added Danny Grant and Rolando Aarons to his Town squad, but more work needed to be done. Injuries are pinching at the John Smith’s Stadium and that little bit more depth is needed to see the Terriers through the remainder of the Championship season.
Yesterday, there was an incoming, but not everything is as straightforward as it seems. Additionally, Premier League interest has emerged in a mainstay in Corberan’s midfield.
We start this round-up with a done deal…
Thomas was confirmed as a Huddersfield player yesterday, with the Terriers swooping to bring him to West Yorkshire from Boreham Wood.
The 21-year-old forward has signed a deal until 2024, but he might be on the way out on loan between now and the end of the January transfer window.
As Football League World exclusively revealed yesterday, Huddersfield are considering a loan to League Two, with Harrogate Town one club that could take the forward on.
We sit tight and await further news.
O’Brien has been a mainstay for Corberan this season, scoring one goal and registering two assists in 19 Championship appearances.
Football Insider report that Crystal Palace, Sheffield United and Newcastle United all hold an interest in signing the 22-year-old this January, as his contract ticks into its final 18 months at the John Smith’s Stadium.