In signing Izzy Brown and Liam Lindsay, Preston North End look to have done some shrewd business already this summer.
Having got the job permanently, North End boss Frankie McAvoy will no doubt want to add some more quality to his squad during the window to ensure that his first full season in charge is a success.
With that in mind, here’s the latest Preston transfer news…
Preston open to selling Josh Harrop
According to the Lancashire Evening Post, there has been interest in Preston attacking midfielder Josh Harrop this summer and the North West club are open to the idea of him leaving Deepdale.
It is understood that Harrop has drawn interest from League One, though Ipswich Town are not believed to be keen after a fairly uneventful loan spell last term.
The 25-year-old joined Preston from Manchester United in 2017 and signed a contract extension last summer but struggled for opportunities last term.
Cambridge United confirm Paul Mullin’s departure
Mullin’s contract is set to expire this summer and the U’s have now confirmed that he has rejected their new contract offer and will leave the club ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.
Crewe set Owen Dale price-tag
Another player that is said to have been on Preston’s radar ahead of the summer is Crewe winger Owen Dale.
LancsLive has revealed that they’re not aware of Preston making an approach for Dale with a centre-forward and defensive recruitment higher up their list of transfer priorities.