LiveLeague Two transfer window: AFC Wimbledon reject £1m bids from Huddersfield Town, Sundeland and Bristol City for Jack Rudoni and Northampton Town bolster their defence

The summer transfer window opened on Friday 10th and there’s been plenty of moves already. .

AFC Wimbledon midfielder Jack Rudoni has caught the eye of Huddersfield Town, Sunderland and Bristol City.
AFC Wimbledon midfielder Jack Rudoni has caught the eye of Huddersfield Town, Sunderland and Bristol City.

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League Two transfer window

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Michael Flynn on his new man

“Brandon is a great signing for this football club “I’ve always liked him, he’s at a good age and has experience of getting promoted out of the league.

“He’s played higher, he’s a current international and I’m delighted to get him”

Walsall snap up former Bolton man Brandon Comley

Walsall have signed former Colchester United and Bolton Wanderers midfielder Brandon Comley on a two-year contract.

AFC Wimbledon reject bids for Jack Rudoni

According to the Sun, Huddersfield Town, Sunderland and Bristol City have also seen bids knocked back for the 21-year-old.

The midfielder scored 12 goals and notched five assists in 41 league games last season and has caught the eye of the three Championship clubs.

Cobblers boss Jon Brady on his new man

“Ryan is a good age with over 250 senior games already under his belt and he has a lot of experience for a player in his mid twenties,” said manager Jon Brady. “Much of his football has been played in League 1 or at the top end of League 2 and he comes to us ambitious to help us progress. “He will come in to give us depth and competition in the left back position where he will compete with Ali Koiki for the shirt or he can also play further forward on the left hand side.”

Northampton’s rebuild goes on

Ryan Haynes joins on a two year contract with effect from July 1st.

RYAN HAYNES IS LATEST NEW ARRIVAL

Northampton Town have signed left footed defender Ryan Haynes on a two year contract with effect from July 1st.

Crawley Town are reported to be closing in on League One star

More here from our colleagues down in Sussex . .

Crawley Town on verge of signing League One star as they woo Liverpool, Manchester City, Brentford and Southampton

Crawley Town’s new owners have been on the charm offensive with a host of Premier League clubs as they look to build their squad for the coming season.

Swindon Town close in on Boro man

Middlesbrough goalkeeper Sol Brynn has agreed a deal to join Swindon Town on loan, Football Insider understands.

Swindon Town agree to sign Middlesbrough star Sol Bryn - sources

Football Insider understands Middlesbrough goalkeeper Sol Bryn has agreed a deal to join Swindon Town on loan after Chris WIlder singed off on the move

Ben Fox on why he joined Northampton

“It was the size of the club, the way last season played out, the manager and the staff who are here and this feels right for me.

“I think this is a forward thinking club going in the right direction and that was appealing to me.

“I followed what happened last season and it was a crazy end to the season but that is how football works and it is in the past. Now it is a fresh season and I am a fresh face and I know the manager is ready to go again.”

Northampton have made their first summer signing

Ben Fox joins from Grimsby Town

BEN FOX JOINS NORTHAMPTON TOWN

Northampton Town have signed midfielder Ben Fox on a two year contract with effect from July 1st.

Joe Riley likes Walsall’s ambition after joining the club

Riley has arrived at Bescot on a two-year deal after turning down fresh terms at League Two rivals Carlisle.

You can read more on why he joined the Saddlers here.

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