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Huddersfield Town: Transfer ins and outs - Summer 2021

Huddersfield Town: Transfer ins and outs - Summer 2021
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Keep track of all of Huddersfield Town's confirmed summer transfers with Sports Mole's comprehensive guide.

Jordan Rhodes (free, Sheffield Wednesday)
Matty Pearson (free, Luton Town)
Lee Nicholls (free, MK Dons)
Josh Ruffels (free, Oxford United)
Levi Colwill (loan, Chelsea)
Ollie Turton (free, Blackpool)

Christopher Schindler (free, Nuremberg)
Tommy Elphick (released)
Alex Pritchard (free, Sunderland)
Oumar Niasse (released)
Richard Stearman (released)
Jayson Leutwiler (free, Oldham Athletic)
Demeaco Duhaney (released)
Jaden Brown (free, Sheffield Wednesday)
Yaya Sanogo (released)
Richard Keogh (free, Blackpool)
Kieran Phillips (loan, Walsall)

Huddersfield Town total spent to date: £0m
Huddersfield Town total received to date: £0m

Huddersfield Town net transfer balance: £0m

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