Northampton Town have signed goalkeeper Luke Coddington from Premier League side Huddersfield Town on a free transfer.
The 22-year-old, who was previously at Middlesbrough, has agreed a two-year contract at Sixfields.
Huddersfield have included a future sell-on fee clause as part of the deal.
Luke is a highly thought of keeper and we think he is an excellent prospect.
He has always been on our list this summer, but his availability as a permanent signing this week changed our thinking.
We felt a decision had to be made and we didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity of signing Luke, while waiting for some of the other loan options. We wanted to be in control of our own destiny.
Meanwhile, MK Dons midfielder Chuks Aneke has signed a new two-year contract with the club.
Norwich have signed midfielder Adam Phillips on a two-year deal, following the teenager's successful trial with the club.
The 19-year-old has spent the summer on trial with the Championship club's U23s side.
Phillips was released by Liverpool in May after ten years at Anfield and is targeting a first-team place with the Canaries.
"I think it's good the first-team have a new head coach, so hopefully I can try and catch his eye in the Under-23s games and try to push to train with the first-team and get around the squad", he told the club's official website.
Meanwhile, League One side Northampton Town have signed striker Chris Long on a season-long loan from Premier League side Burnley.
Northampton Town football fans have had their first glimpse of the club's new kit for the coming season.
The home strip was unveiled by first team players on Sunday morning at the Cobblers' Fun Day.
Supporters at Sixfields also watched manager Justin Edinburgh work with the senior squad at an open training session.
Northampton Town have signed former Wycombe Wanderers centre-back Aaron Pierre on a three-year deal.
The 24-year-old Grenada international was recently on trial with Championship side Bristol City and had attracted interest from a number of other clubs.
He was a offered a new contract at Wycombe but chose to pursue a move elsewhere.
He has always impressed me when we have played against him. He is a threat at set plays and a presence in both penalty areas and his arrival creates some excellent competition among the four central defenders we have in the squad.
I know Wycombe were very keen to keep him and he has had interest from clubs in the Championship. He is an ambitious player but I think he has been attracted by the work we have done and are continuing to do and our ambition to take the club forward and he wants to be part of that.
Meanwhile, Colchester United have signed French striker Mikael Mandron from Wigan Athletic for an undisclosed fee.
Northampton Town have signed midfielder Matt Crooks from Scottish giants Rangers for an undisclosed fee.
The 23-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at Scunthorpe United and started his career at Huddersfield Town.
Scunthorpe were keen on striking a permanent deal, but the Cobblers jumped to the front of the queue.
Crooks has agreed a three-year contract at Sixfields.
He is a very talented player with a big future ahead of him. He has played at this level and was one of the best players coming out of League 2 when he went to Rangers. We feel he has the potential to get even better and believe he is a top signing for us.
He will bring a calming influence to the team. He is comfortable on the ball and also flexible in that he can play in front of the back four or further forward too.
Matt will form part of a strong and well balanced midfield unit where we have options and competition and we are looking forward to seeing how it all fits into place.
Meanwhile, Stevenage have signed former Reading defender Terence Vancooten following a successful trial.
Northampton Town have announced that midfielder Jak McCourt has left the club by mutual consent.
Town boss Justin Edinburgh said the player, who made 32 appearances for the side, would have had limited opportunities to feature in the team this season.
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Northampton Town have signed Iraq international Yaser Kasim after he rejected the offer of a new contract at League Two side Swindon Town.
The 26-year-old defensive midfielder has agreed a two-year deal at Sixfields, despite reported interest from Bristol City in The Championship and clubs in Portugal.
Kasim, who was also previously linked with Premier League duo Swansea City and West Ham United, made more than 130 appearances for Swindon during his four-year spell at The County Ground.
In his time at Swindon the form he showed led to him being linked with Premier League clubs and we believe we can help him produce those displays on a consistent basis in a Northampton Town shirt.
We have a very good player on our hands and we are sure he will prove an excellent addition to the squad. We have been looking for this type of player who balances well with the other midfield players at the club and we are delighted to have signed Yaser.
Meanwhile, Luton Town have signed Barnsley striker Elliot Lee on a free transfer.
The 22-year-old had a loan spell at Kenilworth Road in 2015 and will join up with his brother Olly who also plays for the Hatters.
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Northampton Town have signed former MK Dons striker Dean Bowditch on a two-year contract.
The 31-year-old was released by the League one side at the end of the last season.
He'd spent six years at Stadium MK and was part of the squad which won promotion to the Championship in 2015.
Cobblers manager manager Justin Edinburgh told the club's website: " We are really pleased to bring Dean to the club."
"He is a versatile attacking player, he can play as a striker, as a midfielder or in the hole and he gives us options. We have spoken a lot about putting together a well balanced attacking unit with options and Dean fits in with that policy."