Hurst's Deadline Day Pre-Rotherham Press Conference Live on TWTV at 1.30pm
Thursday, 9th Aug 2018 09:51
Boss Paul Hurst’s pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday’s game away against his former club Rotherham will be shown live on TWTV at 1.30pm this afternoon, just a few hours before the transfer window closes.
In addition to looking ahead to Town’s visit to the New York Stadium, Hurst is likely to outline where things stand on the transfer front with the window near to slamming shut.
Before that, the Blues are expected to confirm the addition of Kayden Jackson from Accrington this morning.
Town are also in talks with Rangers regarding a move for Josh Windass, who is also interesting Wigan, while Bolton are believed to remain hopeful of landing Blues striker Joe Garner.
Jonas Knudsen could potentially also be targeted today with Middlesbrough and Stoke having shown interest and Aston Villa, who missed out on signing Joe Bryan from Bristol City at the last yesterday evening, also believed to be keen.
Town are understood to view Rangers’ Declan John as a possible loan replacement for the Danish international should he move on. Swansea have also been linked with John, however, that deal is reportedly less likely to go through than appeared to be the case earlier in the week.
The Blues are also still searching for another centre-half with Blackpool unwilling to do a deal for long-time target Curtis Tilt. Ultimately, Town may have to utilise the loan facility which is open until the end of the month in order to bring in another central defender.
In addition to Hurst, new signings Jon Nolan and Toto Nsiala will also be speaking to the media with their thoughts on joining the Blues from Shrewsbury appearing on TWTD later.
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