Peterborough United have been dealt a blow ahead of the League One season after their new signing Brad Inman broke his leg in training.
The 24-year-old only joined Posh last month after leaving Crewe Alexandra.
The Australian international tweeted that he was "devastated" to have sustained the injury which is likely to keep him out for the majority of the upcoming campaign.
Northampton Town have signed Peterborough United midfielder Harry Beautyman for an undisclosed fee.
The 24-year-old has agreed a two-year deal at Sixfields.
Beautyman made 44 appearances for Posh after joining them from Welling United.
Harry is a very good addition for us.
He is a lively character and a player who has a decent amount of experience in League One. He is also a good age, who will get better and better, and I think we are signing him at a good time.
He is a box to box midfielder who creates things, makes things happen and can score a goal or two so he will add to our attacking options.
He attracted a fair amount of interest over the summer and we are pleased we have been able to bring him to the club.
Peterborough United have re-signed former striker Paul Taylor on a one-year deal.
The 28-year-old was a big hit at Posh in his first spell at the club before he was sold to Ipswich Town for £1.5 million in 2012.
Taylor has been training with Posh during pre-season after taking a year out of the professional game.
He will cover for fellow striker Lee Angol who is facing a long spell on the sidelines.
It is a great signing for us. A fit Paul Taylor is one of the best players in this league, if not beyond, so we are hopefully going to get him fit.
He has looked sharp but we obviously need to step it up fitness wise. Paul is looking forward to it and everyone is looking forward to having him at the club.
Peterborough United have unveiled their new home kit ahead of the 2016/17 League One season.
The strip was modelled by first team players Adil Nabi, Jack Baldwin, Ryan Tafazolli, Marcus Maddison and Michael Bostwick.
Highly-rated Peterborough United midfielder Chris Forrester has signed a new long-term contract with the club.
A number of Premier League and Championship teams have taken an interest in the talented Irishman who joined Posh from St Patrick's Athletic.
Forrester was made captain of the club earlier this week in a bid to keep him at the ABAX Stadium.
I took a punt on Chris last year and he took a punt on coming over because he took a pay cut when he came over, but I promised him that if he had a good season then we would look at his contract again.
I get on well with his agent and we have been working on the deal in the last few days and it was easy to get it done. He is one of our most coveted assets at the football club.
Chris has been excellent for us, the gaffer has named him captain of the club and him agreeing a new deal sends a real statement out there.
Meanwhile, Stevenage midfielder Dean Parrett has joined League One side AFC Wimbledon.
Peterborough United have signed promising striker Matt Stevens from League Two side Barnet.
The 18-year-old has been linked with a number of clubs, including Scottish giants Rangers, after scoring 56 goals for the Bees at academy and first team level last season.
The transfer fee will be determined at a tribunal.
Stevens has agreed a three-year contract at the ABAX Stadium.
I enjoyed my time at Barnet, but when I heard about the interest from Peterborough, it was a move that really excited me. I feel I was ready for the next chapter in my career and I can't wait to get started.
I put pressure on myself to score goals and I will be doing everything I can to impress the management during pre-season. I know there are a lot of good strikers here and I will need to work hard in training to show everyone what I can do.
Peterborough United goalkeeper Ben Alnwick has signed a new three-year contract with the club.
The 29-year-old joined Posh in 2014 and has gone on to make 80 appearances for the club.
Alnwick has previously played for the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Sunderland and Norwich City.
I am delighted. He is one of the best keepers in the league in my opinion and I am pleased he has signed for the next three years.
He has come back in great shape, he is trim, looking ready to go and I am really happy that we have been able to get this done.
Peterborough United have signed highly-rated Crewe Alexandra winger Brad Inman on a free transfer.
The 24-year-old Australian international has signed a three-year deal at the ABAX Stadium.
Inman turned down the offer of a new contract at Crewe, and had interested a number of Championship and League One sides.
He is a player that I have watched a lot of. He scored 10 goals from midfield for Crewe last season and is a very exciting player.
It is hotting up the competition in the midfield area of the pitch.
There are eight or nine players fighting for probably four positions. One thing I wanted to do was to make sure we had good competition for places.
Colchester United defender Joe Edwards has left the club to sign for League One side Walsall.
The 25-year-old made more than 40 appearances for the U's last season, but will now join the Saddlers once his contract expires at the end of the month.
I’m delighted to be here.
It’s a fantastic club and they had a really good season last year.
I’ve played against Walsall a few times before and they have always been a very good footballing side. They like to pass it about and they play with a good intensity.
I had a meeting with the manager a few weeks ago and I came away thinking this was the club for me.
Edwards follows Alex Gilbey and George Moncur in leaving Essex this week.
Meanwhile, Peterborough United have signed Crawley Town attacking midfielder Gwion Edwards for an undisclosed fee.
Peterborough United midfielder Erhun Oztumer has signed for League One rivals Walsall.
The 25-year-old will officially join the Saddlers on a two-year deal once his contract expires at Posh on July 1.
Oztumer made more than 50 appearances for Peterborough in his two years at the ABAX Stadium.
It’s brilliant to be here. It’s been smooth and we’ve been speaking for a few weeks.
I’ve come down here and I’ve been impressed with what I’ve seen and I’m delighted to put my signature on the paper.
The attraction is the way Walsall play. Playing against them for two years, I like the way they keep the ball and play the game. I think it suits me so this was my first choice.
Hopefully I can get a lot of assists. I’m a player who likes to feed the strikers and hopefully I can add some goals to the team as well.