Mansfield Town star wanted by Championship, L1 clubs

Mansfield Town have had a terrific start to the 2023/24 season, being unbeaten in League Two.
In 13 League Two games thus far, Mansfield Town has won five and drawn eight. As a result of their strong play, the Stags are currently in third place and will be hoping to close the distance on leaders Stockport County in the coming weeks.

Nigel Clough made a few big signings over the summer, but their business was sound overall. However, one star guy has earned adoring views since the transfer window closed.

Davis Keillor-Dunn, an attacking midfielder, has been at the heart of Mansfield Town’s success this season, scoring eight goals and assisting twice in 13 league appearances.


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Hull City, Millwall, Plymouth Argyle, QPR, Rotherham United, Blackpool, Barnsley, and Bolton Wanderers all reportedly interested in signing him in January.

lent out man Jacob Tuft has returned from his loan spell with Dunkirk FC, which he joined on deadline day. Another Mansfield Town academy goalkeeper, Owen Mason, is set to return from Wexford at the end of November. He’s done well there, keeping four clean sheets and surrendering only eight goals in ten games.

James Perch, who left Mansfield Town in the summer, has also found work after the transfer window closed. The experienced defender has signed a contract extension with non-league club Ilkeston Town.

In terms of incomings since the deadline, no players have been signed.

Clough, on the other hand, stated shortly after the window closed that free agents would be examined. Liam Loughlan, formerly of Salford City, tried out for Mansfield Town in September but has yet to find a club.

Mansfield Town will play Forest Green Rovers at home next, looking to extend their excellent unbeaten run to 14 League Two games.

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