With the fixtures for the coming season released in just three days time, the new season is already looming large on the horizon.
Some clubs have already been busy in the transfer market, others have struggled, or waited, to get players through the door.
In League Two we’ve seen a relatively ‘big name’ striker move on this week, which is where we start our round-up.
Leyton Orient have seen striker Macauley Bonne leave the club following their promotion to the Football League.
Bonne grabbed 23 goals in 46 matches for the O’s as they came back at the second attempt, but he’s now sealed a switch to Championship side Charlton.
It’s believed they’ve paid £200,000 for his services.
Bradford City have tied up the contract of 23-year-old Jermaine Anderson, who will remain at Valley Parade for another season after penning a new deal.
The former Peterborough wide man joined the Bantams on a short-term deal in January and made nine starts as they battled relegation.
Their official club site have now revealed he’ll be staying with the club as they face a season in League Two.
Orient could be set for a second transfer blow on the heels of losing Bonne.
The 20-year-old netted 11 times for them as they won the National League title, but could be set to join Bonne in the second tier.
Leeds United are preparing a £250,000 bid for Carlisle youngster Liam McCarron.
He’s only played a handful of matches for the Cumbrians but has caught the eye of a number of clubs having only turned professional in September.
Wolves and Sheffield United are also thought to be amongst his potential suitors.