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Vital Crewe Gossip Column Four

It's back from last summer, let's hope there enough transfer action to fill this one!

INBOUND:

Clayton Ince - Walsall - Former keeper thought to be in Gudjon's sights after Walsall's poor offer of a new contract. Link. No deal. Re-signs for Walsall.

Gylfi Sigurdsson - Reading - Gudjon wants Siggy back for next season but hopes are fading fast with Reading remaining in Championship.Highly unlikely

Dennis Lawrence - Unattatched - Released by Swansea Lawrence has made it clear he wants to join Crewe... but does Gudjon want him? Link.

John Ruddy - Everton - Ruddy has already made it known he won't drop to League Two, even on a loan deal. No deal

Marlon Broomes - Blackpool/Unattached - Released by Blackpool and has admitted he'd be interested in a move.

Ross MacLaren - Unattached - An outbound Neil Baker could mean Gudjon's number two from Notts County could be in the frame.

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Martin Foyle - York City - York have denied that Gudjon wants their manager as his new number two.

Steve Davis - Nantwich Town - Set to be named Gudjon's new assistant manager.

Kelvin Langmead - Shrewsbury Town - Landmead's agent admits interest but nothing more.

OUTBOUND:

John Brayford - Derby + others - Brayford says he'll stay, Gudjon wants him to stay but bids are being made for Brayford as Championship vultures circle. Link.

Neil Baker - Port Vale, Burton Albion - Gudjon's assistant is thought to be in the frame for managerial jobs elsewhere but could received the boot anyway.Relieved of his assistant manager duties.

Tom Pope - Rotherham - The Millers are very keen on Pope but a five figure sum looks to have been turned down.Signed for Rotherham for 150k.

Michael O'Connor - Lincoln - Occy's agent says the midfielder is still open to a move to The Imps. O'Connor further added he is seeking a move away.

Danny Woodards - Doncaster, Colchester, MK Dons, Norwich - Having already rejected a new contract Woody is looking for a move south with four clubs said to be interested.Signed for MK Dons on 2 year deal




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