As the Premier League transfer deadline day finished last night and the domestic deadline approaching, here at Salford Now we thought we would bring you up to speed with all of Salford City’s business so far.
It has been another busy transfer window with 8 new arrivals and 14 departures. The Ammies will be striving to finish higher than their mid table finish last season and possibly push for a play off place.
Stand-out signings include striker Ian Henderson from Rochdale, defender Tom Clarke from championship side Preston and Czech Republic Goalkeeper Vaclav Hladky these new signings will provide the team with a vast amount experience as well as quality in the defense and attack.
In addition to experience being added to the team, a number of younger players notably goalkeeper Nick Hayes from Norwich and 19 year old fullback Kevin Berkoe from Oxford United have been brought in and will hopefully grow and develop within the team.
With fresh players being added to the team, a number of current players have left the club including winger Craig Conwy, midfielder Danny Whitehead and full back Dan Jones who has gone out on loan to Wigan Athletic.
Jordan Turnbull (CB) – Northampton Town
Jason Lowe (CDM) – Bolton Athetlic
Ashley Hunter (LW) – Fleetwood Town
Scott Wiseman (RB) – Lincoln FC
James Jones (CB) – Alfreton Town
Josh Askew (LB) – Boston United
Kyle Letheren (GK) – Chesterfield FC
Chris Neal (GK) – AFC Flyde
Nathan Pond (CB) – AFC Flyde
Mark Shelton (CM) – Hartlepool United
Michael O’Connor (CM) – Glenavon
Kieran Glynn (CM) – Scarborough Athletic
Devante Rodney (RW) – Port Vale
Carl Piergianni (CB) – Oldham Athletic
With the transfer window closing on the 17th October, there is still time for more business to be done, so keep an eye out for Salford’s latest transfer updates in our sports section or by following our social media platforms.