Interesting news as prominent athletes are anticipated to sign with Plymouth Argyle in order to bolster their team before their championship run…

During the next two months, there will be a lot of movement among all Football League clubs. Plymouth Argyle will be looking to improve their squad in preparation for another Championship campaign.

After serving as a pundit at Euro 2024, Wayne Rooney, the new manager of the Greens, is eager to get started with his new team and approve any prospective summer transfer targets that the Pilgrims may have their eye on.

In light of the numerous arrivals and departures that are anticipated, here are five Football League players that Argyle should be keeping an eye on before the 24/25 season begins.

Lukas Jensen

The news that Michael Cooper, an academy graduate, has declined to commit to the club upset Argyle last week. The Devon team is expected to sell Cooper this summer in order to maximise their profit.

The 24-year-old’s departure will leave a huge vacuum between the sticks for the forthcoming season, as he has been a key member of a team that has climbed up the divisions in recent years.

In light of this, Argyle will have to search the transfer market this summer for a new top player, or at the very least, someone who can challenge Conor Hazard for the role of starting goalie.

Lukas Jensen, the Danish custodian for Lincoln City, is a 25-year-old who proved to be one of the best in League One last season. He may be a player to look at over the off-season if you’re looking for EFL talent who truly stands out in that area.

Given that Jensen’s contract ends in the summer of 2020, Argyle would be wise to bring the Dane to the team now that he appears to have a bright future ahead of him.

Davis Keillor-Dunn

Argyle’s weakness in the second half of the previous season was their inability to put the ball in the net; they failed to score more than one goal in each of their final 12 league games.

They were forced into a relegation battle at the bottom of the second tier due to their bluntness in the final third, and only a victory over Hull City on the penultimate day prevented them from going back to the third division right away.

The thing the Greens were lacking, particularly with Morgan Whittaker’s form faltering, was a player who could seemingly win games on his own and work a little magic out of nothing.

Davis Keillor-Dunn, a former player for Oldham Athletic, did just that often for Mansfield Town during the previous season when the Stags advanced to League Two by scoring 22 goals and setting up eight more for their teammates.

Though they would have to force Town’s hand if they are going to get Whittaker out of Field Mill this summer, a player like Keillor-Dunn may prove to be the ideal counterbalance in behind Ryan Hardie when the Pilgrims are going forward.

Sam Tickle

If Jensen’s transfer this summer isn’t possible, Sam Tickle of Wigan Athletic could be another custodian to seek in the next two months. In his short career, the youthful stopper has received high praise.

The 22-year-old was a constant for the Latics last season as they fought point deductions to finish 12th in the third division. Shaun Maloney’s team had a great campaign thanks in part to his 14 clean sheets.

Tickle, who has already played youth international football for England, is becoming well-known in the EFL and elsewhere. Sunderland and Everton, two Premier League teams, are reportedly keeping an eye on him.

It could be difficult to convince the Athletic goalie to leave the DW Stadium this summer given that he committed to the team until 2028 in May. However, with the additional money from Cooper’s sale, moving for the glovesman might be a wise use of those dollars.

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