New Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe looks like raiding his old club Bury, by plotting a move for winger Danny Mayor, who is out of contract this summer and could well be heading to the South-West, as reported by Sun journalist Alan Nixon on Twitter.
Mayor was a key figure in Bury’s promotion season with 11 goals and 10 assists in 42 appearances in all competitions, but with off-the-field issues blighting the club, the 28-year-old looks prepared to step back down to League Two to link up with Lowe again.
So would Mayor be a good signing for the Pilgrims?
“This would be a great signing.
“Mayor has proved he is one of the best players in League Two and Ryan Lowe has worked with him previously at Bury, so knows how to get the best out of him.
“His contract is expiring so it would be a real coup, as he would be one of Plymouth’s key players next year.”
“It’s an obvious signing.
“Ryan Lowe built a side around him last season and got promoted.
“He clearly wants to work with what he knows, and why not?
“Mayor deserves to be on a bigger stage, but Plymouth will be a big prospect this season.
“He might just win things if he moves down south.”
“What a signing this would be.
“Mayor was outstanding in League Two with Bury last season, and bringing him to Plymouth would surely boost their chances of making the same immediate return to League One next season.
“Bury’s current financial situation, combined with Mayor’s relationship with newly appointed Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe, means this is a deal that you would back to happen.”
“This would be a great signing for Plymouth.
“Mayor was one of the standout players for Bury in League Two last season and played a vital role in helping them win promotion.
“He already knows Ryan Lowe and the new Plymouth boss proved that he can get the best out of him for Bury last season.
“He’s already got plenty of experience in League Two and could be able to make an at Home Park impact straight away.”