Big-spending Birmingham City are still splashing the cash

David Lowndes
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Big-spending Blues still splashing the cash

Hearts defender Alex Cochrane will undergo a medical at Birmingham City this morning according to Football Insider. The fee is believed to be £1 million.

The big-spending Blues are also expected to complete the signing of central defender Connor Goldson from Rangers.

Cambridge have signed midfielder Taylor Richards from QPR on a season-long loan.

Bolton sign 35 year-old

Bolton Wanderers have signed midfielder Scott Arfield on a one-year deal.

The experienced 35-year-old has played in the top three divisions of the English Football League, the Scottish Premiership and most recently in Major League Soccer after joining Charlotte in 2023.

Bristol Rovers have signed midfielder Jamie Lindsay on a three-year contract after the player chose to leave Rotherham United.

Birmingham City have reportedly accepted a bid from Barnsley for left wing-back Emmanuel Longelo.

Sixth Cobblers signing

Cobblers have signed experienced striker Tom Eaves from Rotherham United. It’s the club’s sixth signing of the summer.

Shrewsbury Town have made their fifth summer signing by bringing in Aston Villa youngster Tommi O'Reilly, a midfielder, on a season-long loan.

Reading are set to re-sign striker Dom Ballard on loan from Southampton.

Cambridge sign striker

Cambridge United have signed striker Ryan Loft from Port Vale for an undisclosed fee. Loft scored twice in 35 games for Vale last season.

Bristol Rovers have signed goalkeeper Josh Griffiths on a season-long loan from West Bromwich Albion.

Crawley sign three. Burton have signed 14!

Crawley Town have signed defender Toby Mullarkey and midfielder Gavan Holohan from Grimsby Town, plus midfielder Michael Dacosta González on loan from Bournemouth.

Burton Albion have taken their total of summer additions to 14 after signing former Oxford United forward Billy Bodin and defender Jack Armer from Carlisle United.

Rotherham United have signed Nuremberg winger Joseph Hungbo on a season-long loan deal.

The 24-year-old started his career at Watford and had loan spells with Ross County and Huddersfield before joining the German second tier side last summer.

It’s an 11th signing of the summer for the Millers.

Former Posh man joins Cobblers

Former Posh centre-back Jack Baldwin has joined Northampton Town.

Baldwin has signed a two-year contract at Sixfields after joining for an undisclosed fee from Scottish side Ross County.

Baldwin was the club captain and helped the club stay in the Premiership last season with a play-off victory over Raith Rovers.

He was played for Sunderland, Salford, Bristol Rovers and Ross County since leaving Posh in 2014.

He joined the club from Hartlepool in 2011 for a fee of £500k.

He went on to play 108 times for Posh but suffered a serious knee injury which led to a dip in his form upon his return.

League One latest July 6

Birmingham City have accepted a bid from Turkish side Sivasspor for midfielder, Juninho Bacuna according to Birmingham Live.

Birmingham have completed the signing of winger Emil Hansson from Dutch side Heracles for a reported £1.5 million.

Wrexham are keen on midfielder George Dobson who left Charlton at the end of last season.

League Two latest July 5.

Former Nottingham Forest and Wigan Athletic defender Tendayi Darikwa has joined Lincoln City on a one-year deal.

The 32-year-old returns to the English game as a free agent after a season in the Cyprus top flight with Apollon Limassol.

Charlton Athletic have signed Greg Docherty on a three-year deal after the midfielder’s release from Hull City.

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