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    Joe Rodwell Grant on loan to Bamber Bridge
     
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    Molumby signed on lit
     
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    Ched Evans Signs On Loan





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    Preston North End have completed the loan signing of forward Ched Evans from Fleetwood Town for the rest of the season.

    The Welsh international striker, who has 13 caps for his country, came through the ranks at Manchester City, before a highly-successful spell with Sheffield United.

    In two spells with Fleetwood he has scored 37 goals in less than 100 games for the Cod Army and he will take the No.26 shirt with the Lilywhites.

    Manager Alex Neil was pleased to add the 32-year-old to his squad, saying: “He will add competition at the top end of the pitch. He is very physical; he wants to look after the ball, take it into his feet and get you up the pitch and equally score goals.

    “He will be really excited about getting an opportunity in the Championship He’s an experienced player; he is a good lad – I have spoken to him at length and his character as much as anything else will be important for the team.”

    Ched, who is cup tied this weekend, but will be eligible for the club’s next league game at Bristol City on 16th January said of the move: “I am really excited for the next six months, getting back to the Championship is brilliant. I’m really pleased for the opportunity and I’m looking to kick on.

    “I’m really pleased to be here, the facilities and everything are brilliant and Preston North End is a club in a great position at the moment to kick on for the rest of the season.”

    Jayson Molumby Joins On Loan For The Season





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    Preston North End have completed the loan signing of Irish international midfielder Jayson Molumby from Premier League Brighton & Hove Albion, subject to governing body rJayson Molumby: “It Was A No Brainer”
    The 21-year-old Republic of Ireland team-mate of PNE skipper Alan Browne and Sean Maguire has signed until the end of the season, with permission to play in the Emirates FA Cup this weekend, if selected.

    Having come through the Seagulls’ Academy, made 40 appearances whilst on loan with fellow Championship side Millwall last season, with the Lilywhites beating off a number of other clubs for his signature.

    Speaking after completing the move, Jayson said: “I am really happy to be here. I spoke to the gaffer and the Irish boys here, who I know quite well, and it was a no brainer in the end and I am looking forward to getting started.

    “Seani [Maguire] and Alan [Browne] speak very highly of the club and then the gaffer spoke to me and was the same and, in the end, I just wanted to get it done and I am really excited to get going and I just want to play some games and help the team.”

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    Alex Neil: “A Very Good Bit Of Business”
    Manager Alex Neil said of his new No.21: “I think this is a signal of intent from us and he is a great acquisition. He has great energy, is good on the ball and is an Irish international.

    “He has played at this level before for Millwall and he knows what it is about and we are delighted to get it across the line.”
     
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    Daniel Iversen from Leicester keeper loan
     
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    Preston North End have made their third signing of the January transfer window, signing Leicester City goalkeeper Daniel Iversen on loan for the rest of the season.
    The Danish international, 23, has worked with Preston North End goalkeeping coach Mike Pollitt before, at Rotherham United, where he spent the 2019/20 season on loan, making 38 appearances in their promotion-winning campaign.

    The stopper, who has played for all the Danish youth international age groups, culminating in his first senior call up in September last year, spent the first half of this season on loan in the Belgian top flight with OH Leuven, but returned to the Foxes in the new year.

    The arrival of Daniel comes after Lilywhites No.1 Declan Rudd picked up an injury in training, as manager Alex Neil explained: “We are really pleased to get this done and we have set off really well in this transfer window, in terms of getting our business done early and trying to find the gaps that are absolutely necessary in the squad.

    “With the news that Declan is going to be out for a period, we felt it was only right and important that we covered that position off.

    “We know what we are getting; young, enthusiastic, played at a good level, played international football for his country, so I think he will be a great addition.”

    Daniel, who will take the No.22 shirt, said: “I cannot wait to start. Hopefully I can come and play some games for the last five months of the season. I am looking to get some games in and help the team.

    “I cannot wait to show the staff that I want to play and hopefully I will be close to the team.”
     
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    https://www.lancs.live/sport/football/transfer-news/breaking-ben-whiteman-preston-transfer-19563990
    Preston North End have completed the signing of Doncaster Rovers captain Ben Whiteman.

    It has been the transfer rumour on every PNE fans' lips but the deal is finally over the line and the midfielder has signed a three-and-a-half-year deal at Deepdale.

    He becomes North End's fourth signing of the January window, following the arrivals of Jayson Molumby, Ched Evans and Daniel Iversen - all on loan.

    Whiteman is the Lilywhites' first permanent addition and he will take the number 17 in Alex Neil's squad
     
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    Ben Whiteman Joins On Permanent Deal





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    Preston North End have completed the permanent signing of Doncaster Rovers’ captain Ben Whiteman for a significant undisclosed fee.

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    The 24-year-old midfielder has put pen to paper on a three-and-a-half-year deal and will take the No.17 shirt for the Lilywhites.

    Ben came up through Manchester United’s Academy before heading across the Pennines to Sheffield United, where he was given his debut by Nigel Clough back in 2014.

    He has gone on to make almost 200 professional appearances in the last six years, scoring 32 goals in the process and, subject to governing body ratification, will be available for the weekend’s trip to Bristol City.

    Speaking after becoming the club’s fourth signing of the January transfer window, the Rochdale-born man said: “I am over the moon to be at this massive football club.

    "There weren’t many sides that I would have moved onto from Doncaster, but this ticked all the boxes and once I spoke to the manager it was a no brainer for me.

    “As soon as I had finished with him, I had made my mind up straight away. He spoke very well and spoke very highly of the football club and I can’t wait to start.”

    North End manager Alex Neil was delighted to have completed another deal for a much sought-after player, saying: “We have been after him since the window opened and we have managed to stave off a number of other suitors, who were interested, so it has been great business from us.

    “He is a player who has his best years ahead of him. He is only 24 and I am really happy that we have managed to get him in.”

    Club Captain Alan Browne Commits Future





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    Preston North End captain Alan Browne has put pen to paper on a new three-and-a-half-year deal at Deepdale.

    The Irish international’s new contract takes him to the summer of 2024 and to ten years with the Lilywhites.

    The No.8 joined the club in January 2014 and has gone on to make 273 appearances, scoring 35 goals. He was the Sir Tom Finney player of the year winner in 2018, as well as picking up two goal of the season awards.

    During his time with the club, he has also become a regular with his country, scoring once in 11 appearances for the Republic of Ireland and he was appointed club captain in the summer.

    Speaking after completing the deal Alan said: “I have been here a long time and it is such a relief to get it over the line and have a few more years of me being at this fantastic club and hopefully we can make the next coming years successful.

    It is time to take the next step with my career. I had different opinions from different people and I wanted to gather as many opinions as I possibly could I felt that this was the right decision for me and hopefully I can progress with my own career, as well as with the football club.”

    Manager Alex Neil was also delighted his skipper had committed his future to the club. He said: “The fact that since Tom Clarke left, we have made Alan the captain, shows how him how high a regard we hold Alan.

    “He has been an ever-present since I have been here and his will to win, what the club means to him, how long he has been there, he is the right guy to take that armband forward and I am delighted he has committed himself to doing that for the next few years.”
     
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    There have been grumblings among spectators about AN especial after losing ro B'burn and to Wycombe. Most are inarticulate one liners. However, sine he has been manager certain player have improved: Browne, Rudd, Davies, Ledson and DJ. DJ was a fringe player before AN, I recall. Some of AN's decisions have seemed strange: the breaking up of the Storey/Davies partnership. If the signings of Molumby, Iverson, Whiteman and Evans get NE to the play-offs, the moaners will change their tune. There will still be some who will complain - about the style of playing, the kit, the length of grass, the pies!
     
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    There are always those who complain
     
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    Josh Harrop Joins Ipswich Town On Loan




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    Midfielder Josh Harrop has joined League One side Ipswich Town on loan for the remainder of the 2020/21 season, subject to EFL approval.

    Harrop joins Paul Lambert's side who are pushing for the Play-Offs in League One as he targets more regular game time.

    The 25-year-old has featured eight times for North End this season and will be hoping to play his part at Portman Road as they look to push on for the second half of the season.
     
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    Walker back to Carlisle on loan
     
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    Good luck to both. Hope Harrop finds his mojo again.
     
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    Stockley loaned to Charlton. Don't think he will play for NE again.
     
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    We'll see

    Jayden Stockley Joins Charlton Athletic On Loan




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    North End striker Jayden Stockley has joined Charlton Athletic on loan until the end of the 2020/21 season.

    Stockley joins Lee Bowyer’s side who currently sit sixth in League One, and the 27-year-old will be hoping to help the Addicks push for promotion in the remaining months of the season.

    Jayden has featured 19 times for North End this season, scoring once with a superb long-range strike against Birmingham City in October.
     
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    Preston North End have completed the loan signing of left back Greg Cunningham from Cardiff City for the remainder of the season.

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    The 29-year-old, who left the Lilywhites for the Welsh club in the summer of 2018, returns to the club he made 111 appearances for between 2015 and his move to the principality.

    The Irish international defender takes the No.37 short on his second spell at Deepdale and, subject to international clearance, will be available to make his second debut in a North End shirt against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough this weekend.

    Greg, who signed on Thursday morning, having been with the Bluebirds squad at Barnsley on Wednesday night, was delighted to be back, saying he had ‘unfinished business’ with PNE after he experienced the Euxton Training Ground for the first time.

    “I am delighted to be back and I am really looking forward to the second half of the season,” he said.

    “There is unfinished business. It has probably been the best time of my career at this club and I want to get back to those times again, get playing games and repay the club.

    “The training ground is very impressive, a lot different to Dodney Drive – which will always have a special place in my heart – but this is very impressive and I am just raring to go and get going.

    “I am feeling good and feeling fresh. I feel I have a lot to give and I just want to thank for the club for bringing me back and I want to repay them for that.”

    Manager Alex Neil was also pleased to have been reunited with the Galway-born man, adding: “What he will add is experience, grit, determination, a good role model for the younger players and an understanding of what it takes to be successful at this level.

    “He is a really good lad. We know what we are getting when he comes in. All of that ticked all the right boxes for us and I think it will be a strong bit of business.”
     
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    Earl to Burton
     
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    Sadly, Pearson to Bournemouth cheaply (undisclosed sum). One of the best players of recent times. However, the new midfield of Molumby, Ledson and Whiteman looks fresh. Just need a centre back. It looks as though Browne has been repositioned as right back with Cunningham as left back. If only Storey could fulfil his early promise.
     
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    Ben Pearson Joins AFC Bournemouth
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    Midfielder Ben Pearson has joined AFC Bournemouth on a permanent transfer for an undisclosed fee.

    The 26-year-old joined the Lilywhites in January 2016 from Manchester United and went on to make 165 appearances, scoring two goals.

    The former No.4 was out of contract in the summer and had indicated that he wanted a new challenge and was not interested in signing a new contract.


    He had made just nine league appearances this season, last playing in the clash with Wycombe Wanderers in early December, when he was forced off through injury.

    Everyone at Preston North End would like to wish Ben the very best in the future and thank him for his contribution in the last five years.


    Defender Darnell Fisher has joined Middlesbrough on a permanent transfer for an undisclosed fee.

    Fisher joined North End in the summer of 2017 and has made over 100 appearances in all competitions for the club.

    The 26-year-old has featured 16 times for the Lilywhites this season, scoring once in the 2-2 draw with Norwich City back in September.


    Everyone at the club would like to wish Darnell the very best for the future and thank him for his contribution during his three and a half years at Deepdale.
     
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    Preston North End midfielder Daniel Johnson has signed a new contract with the Lilywhites until the summer of 2023.

    The Jamaican international, who joined the club in 2015, has gone on to play nearly 250 games, taking him into the top 50 appearance makers for North End.

    The 28-year-old has put pen to paper on a deal until the summer of 2023, joining club captain Alan Browne in committing his future to Deepdale.

    The former Aston Villa man, who has five goals in his 23 games in the current season, taking his total to 47 in a lilywhite shirt, said he was delighted to put the matter to bed.

    “I am relieved, but I am very happy that it is done,” he said. “It is put to bed now and for quite a while it has been what I have focused on, so I can get tunnel vision and focus on my football.

    “I have been here quite a while and I am happy to still be here. The goal now is to kick on and start producing what I know I can produce and keep helping the team.

    “I have become one of the senior players at this football club and it is about showing that and helping pass on information to the younger boys in the squad.”

    Manager Alex Neil felt it was another step forward, adding: “Everyone is well aware what I think of Daniel as a player and as a person. He is one of the senior boys in the dressing room and has been an important part of the squad for my entire time here.

    “When he has been available, he has been a regular in the team for that time and has shown everyone what he brings to the squad and I am delighted that he has shown the commitment to the club and I look forward to continuing to work with him.”
     
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