Luton chief confirms he has received a number of loan offers for his squad during transfer window

Town boss Nathan JonesTown boss Nathan Jones
Town boss Nathan Jones
Town boss still looking at the possibility of strengthening ahead of deadline

Luton have received a number of loan offers for their players during the current transfer window according to boss Nathan Jones.

So far, Town have accepted two of them, with Gabriel Osho joining Rochdale and Peter Kioso heading to Northampton Town, while Josh Neufville and Andrew Shinnie are both also out, at Yeovil Town and Charlton Athletic respectively.

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On whether anymore will be joining them, Jones said: "There’s one or two where we’ve had a lot of offers to take our players on loan and that doesn’t surprise me because of where we’ve come from.

“There will be teams in League One that would covet our players but we have a settled group and that’s what we’ve got to keep.”

Although the likes of Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu and Sonny Bradley have been linked with moves away from Kenilworth Road ahead of the deadline passing on Monday, Jones confirmed there has been no concrete interest for anyone yet.

He continued: "No, and we don’t envisage that.

"We don’t welcome that unless they’re astronomical (bids).

"We don’t want the group unsettled at this point."

Meanwhile, when asked about any efforts to strengthen his squad in the final few days of the month, Jones added: "We’ve got good numbers.

"If something becomes available that will improve us, or is different, then I know that if there’s logic in it, the club will back my decision.

“But, at the minute, we’re not close to anyone yet.”

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