League Two transfers round-up as Port Vale swoop for former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder and MK Dons sign ex-Spurs man

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The League Two season starts next month and clubs are starting to fine-tune their squads ahead of the big kick-off.

Chesterfield have brought in five new faces themselves, but let’s take a look at who else has been active in the transfer market recently...

PORT VALE

Darren Moore’s men have made a big statement of intent with the signing of former Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea City midfielder George Byers on a three-year deal. The 28-year-old played an influential role in the Owls, then managed by Moore, winning promotion from League One a year ago.

George Byers pictured playing for Sheffield Wednesday. (Photo by Ben Roberts Photo/Getty Images)George Byers pictured playing for Sheffield Wednesday. (Photo by Ben Roberts Photo/Getty Images)
George Byers pictured playing for Sheffield Wednesday. (Photo by Ben Roberts Photo/Getty Images)

MK DONS

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Former Spurs, Swansea and QPR man, Tom Carroll, 32, has put pen to paper after reportedly turning down a contract at Exeter City.

HARROGATE TOWN

The Sulphurites have swooped to bring in defender Zico Asare, 23, from Maidenhead United, for an undisclosed fee. The right-back started his career at Fulham and also played for England at youth level.

CREWE ALEXANDRA

Experienced striker Omar Bogle, 31, has penned a deal with last season’s play-off finalists after leaving Newport County.

CARLISLE UNITED

The Cumbrians have brought in defender Archie Davies from League of Ireland outfit Dundalk. The 25-year-old came through the Crystal Palace academy before moving to Brighton. He has also played for Crawley Town and Aldershot Town.

NOTTS COUNTY

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The Magpies have sold star striker Macaulay Langstaff to Championship side Millwall for a reported fee of £750,000. The 27-year-old departs after scoring 71 goals in 97 appearances.

GRIMSBY TOWN

The Mariners have made a double addition in former Port Vale defender Lewis Cass, 24, and Iceland international midfielder Jason Dadi Svanthorsson, 24.

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