League Two sides have been involved in plenty of transfer action this Thursday, with one club signing no fewer than three new faces.
We begin our round-up at the Bescot Stadium where Darrell Clarke’s pre-season has taken a dramatic turn with a trio of new arrivals.
Walsall have bagged three new faces this afternoon, one of whom has Premier League experience.
As reported by the News and Star, they have picked up former Newcastle man Danny Guthrie after he returned from a spell in Indonesia.
They’ve also added Mat Sadler from Shrewsbury Town and winger Wes McDonald, last on the books of Yeovil Town.
Crawley have added to their ranks by signing former AFC Fylde defender Jordan Tunnicliffe on a two-year deal.
The West Sussex Times reports that there is an option of a third-year for the 25-year-old, who began his career with West Brom.
Crawley’s director of football Selim Gaygusuz said: “We’re delighted to welcome Jordan to the club. He is one of the most highly regarded central defenders in the National League and we think he has a lot to offer.”
Bury striker Dom Telford has joined Will Aimson, Danny Mayor and manager Ryan Lowe in swapping League One for League Two.
He’s signed for Plymouth Argyle for an undisclosed fee, linking up with the trio of former Shakers at Home Park.
Telford scored 14 times for Bury last season as they finished second in League Two, switching places with the Pilgrims who were relegated on the final day of the season.
Scunthorpe United have accepted two bids from SPFL sides for Belgian midfielder Funso Ojo.
He’s been keen to leave the Iron following their relegation to the basement division, with both Hibernian and Aberdeen having offers accepted for his services.
The bids are thought to be in the region of £125,000 for Ojo, who began his career with PSV Eindhoven.