A permanent offer has been made by NEWPORT County for Swindon Town attacker Scott Twine.
Before town boss John Sheridan took him back to the County Ground, the 21-year-old netted six goals in 19 games for the South Wales side.
But, in an effort to improve their League Two title hopes, Newport manager Mike Flynn acted quickly to try to get Twine back to Rodney Parade.
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After a loan deal with Forest Green Rovers fell through, ODIN Bailey may be on its way to Burton Albion.
With the League Two promotion hopefuls, the Birmingham City attacker has enjoyed a fruitful spell, scoring three goals in 16 games.
But now the 21-year-old is back at his parent club, and Burton’s League One club, back in charge of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, could hit.
JAKE Taylor, after being recalled by his parent club Nottingham Forest from Scunthorpe United, is wanted by Port Vale.
Since the summer transfer window, the young person has been on loan at the Iron, but has struggled to really make an impact.
He played in eight games in the starting eleven during his tenure under Neil Cox and only managed to record one assist.
Last season at Vale, where the midfielder scored seven goals in 25 appearances, Taylor had a fruitful spell.
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GAV Reilly is on the lookout for a new club after Carlisle United announced that the striker has left the club through mutual consent.
In the summer, Reilly, 27, joined the Blues but scored only one goal for the League Two club in 21 appearances.
In his five years at Queen of the South, Gretna-born Reilly was a true star, scoring 43 goals in 132 appearances in all competitions.
In the summer of 2015, he permanently transferred to Tynecastle after loan spells with Gretna and Hearts. He was loaned to Dunfermline before transferring to St Mirren in July 2017.
With 22 goals in 44 games, he caught the attention of scouts as the Saints secured promotion and signed for Bristol Rovers before being loaned out for the first half of the 2019/20 season to Cheltenham.
SCUNTHORPE United is tracking Port Vale striker Tom Pope’s contract situation and may make an offer in January for the experienced player.
The Iron were admirers of the 6’3 ‘striker for a long time and in the summer they were interested in his signature, but a move never materialized.
It will be a reunion with Iron boss Neil Cox should Pope make the move, as the two were under contract together at Crewe Alexandra.
The 35-year-old, whose deal expires in June at Vale Park, is not a regular and has scored only three times this season in 11 appearances.