Former Peterborough United player David Oldfield has returned to the club to become manager Grant McCann's new assistant.
Oldfield has signed a two-year deal with Posh after initially carrying out the role for the final few weeks of last season.
It will be the second time that the 48-year-old has been part of Peterborough's coaching staff having previously worked there between 2008-2011.
He replaces Lee Glover who was sacked back in March.
It was a no-brainer from my point of view and I am over the moon. To have his expertise and experience around me and my staff is fantastic.
Since he joined us at the end of last season, the boys bought into his ideas. He is an excellent coach and has great experience of this league.
Peterborough have also confirmed that Mark Tyler has been appointed Goalkeeping Coach on a permanent basis, but highly-rated midfielder Jermaine Anderson has turned down the offer of a new contract.
Peterborough United striker Lee Angol has joined League Two side Mansfield Town for an undisclosed fee.
The 22-year-old has struggled for game time at Posh under manager Grant McCann and was loaned out to Lincoln City towards the end of last season.
He helped the Imps gain promotion from the National League during his spell at Sincil Bank and had attracted interest from a number of clubs.
Angol's Peterborough teammate Hayden White has also completed a permanent move to Mansfield following a successful loan stint.
Meanwhile, former Norwich City midfielder Conor McGrandles has agreed to move to MK Dons on a free transfer.
The 21-year-old has signed a two-year-deal and will be hoping to establish himself in England having struggled with injury during his time at Carrow Road.
“When I learnt MK Dons were interested, I knew that it would be a great place for me to come to," McGrandles said.
"I know the ambition the club is to get out of the league again and that was a big factor. I know the manager and the coaching staff well too so that was a big draw."
Peterborough United have announced their second signing of the summer from the non-league.
Stockport County forward Danny Lloyd has joined Posh on a free transfer after his deal at the National League North side expired.
25-year-old Lloyd scored 29 goals and registered 19 assists last season and joins Dover Athletic striker Ricky Miller in making the step up to League One.
The former AFC Flyde man has agreed a three-year deal at the ABAX Stadium.
It was an easy decision for me if I am honest. As soon as I heard about the interest from Peterborough, I wanted to sign. I am a player who likes to create and score goals, I am direct, quick and always want to go forward.
If I am honest, I wish pre-season was starting tomorrow because I am eager to get going. This is an opportunity for me and I am going to work extremely hard from day one.
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Peterborough United assistant manager Lee Glover has left the club with immediate effect.
The former Nottingham Forest player joined Grant McCann's coaching staff last summer, but has now been relieved of his duties.
Posh are on a poor run in League One and have seen their play-off hopes virtually disappear in recent weeks - winning just four times since the turn of the year.
Peterborough United striker Lee Angol has joined Conference leaders Lincoln City on loan until the end of the season.
The transfer window is shut for Football League clubs, but teams outside the top four divisions can still bring people in.
22-year-old Angol has made 17 appearances for Posh this season, but has only scored once.
The former Luton Town forward won't be able to feature in the Imps' FA Cup quarter-final at Arsenal later this month though having already appeared in the competition for Peterborough.
Port Vale midfielder Anthony Grant has joined Peterborough United for an undisclosed fee.
The 29-year-old, who has also played for Southend United and Stevenage earlier in his career, has signed a two-and-a-half year deal.
Despite chairman Darragh MacAnthony promising a "quiet day", Grant is the second new arrival following Craig Mackail-Smith's loan move.
He is a really difficult opponent. He has been captain at Port Vale, he is a leader on and off the pitch and I think he will bring a lot to the dressing room.
He has an excellent passing range, he dictates games and he will help us moving forward.
Peterborough United signed striker Craig Mackail-Smith for a third time.
The 32-year-old has re-joined Posh on loan from League Two side Luton Town for the rest of the season.
He is stuck on 99 goals for Peterborough and will be hoping to bring up his century in his latest spell at the ABAX Stadium.
Mackail-Smith has struggled to break into the Luton team this season, with manager Nathan Jones going for other options up front instead.
I am delighted to have him. I feel as if the squad need one or two older heads and he brings that.
He also has a real passion for this football club, you can't buy that. I feel like Craig has a point to prove.
Meanwhile, 19-year-old striker Freddie Hinds has joined Championship side Bristol City for an undisclosed fee.