LiveTransfer Deadline Day: The Countdown Begins

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ED Upson is believed to be leaving Yeovil Town to make the switch to fellow Championship strugglers Millwall.

The midfielder is also believed to have moved for a fee in the region of £100,000.

The former Ipswich Town youngster - who is one of the Glovers’ longest-serving current players - moved to Huish Park in the summer of 2010.

He has scored 17 goals for the club.

Upson scored the winner at The New Den in August, as the Glovers started life in the second tier in dream fashion by winning 1-0 on the opening day of the season.

Chard & Ilminster News:

Ed Upson.


YEOVIL Town have signed Manchester United forward Tom Lawrence on a three-month loan.

Tom had been playing for League One side Carlisle since Christmas, scoring two on his home debut against Tranmere.

The Wrexham-born winger is a talented player who likes to play just off the main striker.

Manager Gary Johnson told the club's website: “I am very pleased to be able to bring Tom into our squad from Manchester United. He’s a player that can play either side wide or as a regular number 10.
“Tom has got tremendous potential and has shown that at League One level with Carlisle and Manchester United have given us the opportunity to bring him on further in the Championship.”


Yeovil Town Football Club latest - the County Gazette understands the Glovers have made a loan signing of an attacking midfielder today while another player is said to be on their way out of Huish Park.

Keep reading the site for the full details - due later today.



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