The Pilgrims will be looking to bolster competition levels within the squad next season, all whilst keeping hold of their more integral first-teamers.
Here, we take a look at the latest transfer news and gossip concerning Plymouth Argyle…
Plymouth set sights on Arsenal starlet
The Pilgrims have been credited with an interest in Arsenal defensive midfielder Jack Henry-Francis, as per a Football League World exclusive.
The report states that Plymouth will face divisional competition from Oxford United and MK Dons, with both those clubs likely to be competing for the play-offs too.
Playing regularly at Premier League 2 level, the 18-year-old has been given the green light to find a temporary home for the upcoming campaign.
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An update on transfer business
There have not been too many transfer links concerning the Pilgrims that have made its way to the media.
However, Plymouth chief executive officer Andrew Parkinson, whilst in conversation with Plymouth Live, assured fans that conversations were happening and that the club were well placed in the context of this transfer window.
It remains to be seen how much business Plymouth will do this summer, with that question perhaps answered by whether or not there will any important player departures.
Ryan Broom latest
A report from Plymouth Live suggests that the League One outfit have cooled their interest in Peterborough United midfielder Ryan Broom.
The 25-year-old spent the season on loan with the Pilgrims, chipping in with four goals and six assists in 43 league games, with 29 of those coming in the form of starts.
Broom has been made available for transfer at his parent club Peterborough, with Grant McCann seemingly wanting to move in a new direction with Posh.