Our League Two round-up starts with one of the least surprising moves of the pre-season.
Plymouth Argyle have raided Bury yet again, with a fourth member of Ryan Lowe’s promotion-winning squad joining the Pilgrims. That’s the first of three stories from today to feature Ryan Lowe’s side.
Callum McFadzean joins Will Aimson, Dom Telford and Danny Mayor in swapping Bury for Plymouth as he pens a deal with the Pilgrims.
The Sheffield-born defender played 49 times for Bury last season as they finished second in League Two, but has opted to spend another year in the basement division rather than face life with the cash-strapped Shakers.
The former Spurs trainee is currently on trial with Stevenage as he looks to secure a contract for next season, as reported by the Comet.
He earned England honours up to Under 19 level whilst with the North London side, but has struggled to settle in spells with Swindon and latterly Oxford, the side that released him at the end of last season.
The 28-year-old played for Dino Maamria’s Boro as they drew 0-0 with St Albans this weekend.
The former Plymouth man has swapped one relegated club for another by moving north to Scunthorpe United on a one-year deal, as reported by Grimsby Live.
Songo’o was part of the Plymouth side relegated on the final day of last season against the Iron, but turned down a new deal at Home Park in order to join up with Paul Hurst’s side.
Football Insider report that Plymouth are in advanced talks to take Wolves striker Niall Ennis on loan next season.
The 20-year-old is believed to be coveted by a host of League Two clubs, with Argyle right at the front of the queue.
Ennis has been capped by England up to under 20 level and had a brief loan spell with Shrewsbury in 2017, which was cut short through injury.