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Charlton Athletic boss Nigel Adkins asked about transfer window recruitment process – South London News

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Nigel Adkins is ready to become involved in Charlton’s transfer process as soon as a listing of targets have been drawn up by the membership’s recruitment workforce.

Steve Gallen is the membership’s director of soccer with Addicks proprietor Thomas Sandgaard additionally bringing in Ged Roddy as technical director in October.

Adkins was appointed as Lee Bowyer’s successor in March and is approaching his first transfer window.

The membership have quite a lot of their first-team squad out of contract in addition to 5 loanees – Liam Millar, Matt Smith, Jayden Stockley, Ian Maatsen and Akin Famewo – all due to return to their mother or father golf equipment.

Charlton have an opportunity of reaching the League One play-offs however that will likely be determined this Sunday as their regulation marketing campaign finishes with the go to of champions Hull City.

Asked about the process of bringing in gamers, Adkins informed the South London Press: “I wish to be fingers on however we now have bought a recruitment workforce right here. Steve Gallen heads that up, Ged Roddy is in there – there’s all the info evaluation that goes on.

“There are attributes I’m on the lookout for within the workforce. The guys are spending a number of time researching the gamers who’re on the market. At the suitable time we are going to sit down collectively and say ‘these are the gamers we will herald, how will we go and do it?’ And I’ll be concerned at that stage a bit extra.”

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