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Oldham have strengthened their attacking options with the signing of Bolton forward Tom Youngs on a youth loan until January 5.
A number of clubs are keeping tabs on Coventry City defender Jordan Clarke during his loan spell at Yeovil.
Leeds United striker Nicky Ajose has joined Sky Bet League One side Crewe on an emergency loan deal.
Uche Ikpeazu has returned to Crewe on an emergency two-month loan deal from Watford.
Papers says Man Utd plotting Rafael Varane move while Brighton sign Darren Bent - it's all in our live transfer blog.
Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill has confirmed Adam El-Abd and Bobby Reid are to leave the club before the loan deadline tomorrow.
Scunthorpe have reached agreement with Middlesbrough to extend midfielder Luke Williams' loan spell at the club.
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