All The Ins And Outs: It's Friday's Transfer Round-Up

By Tom Scott

Friday is often a busy day for club's to rush a signing or two over the line before the weekend.

Here's a round-up of today's deals... (Updated: 18.10)

Gateshead stopper Mark Foden has left for Blyth Spartans on a short-term loan.

A setback for Hartlepool and Craig Hignett. They're still waiting for clearance to allow new recruit Gavin Holohan to make his debut.

Ashton United's free-scoring frontman Matt Chadwick has signed for Altrincham as Phil Parkinson looks to improve his side ahead of the promotion run-in.

Oxford City have borrowed two stars from their local neighbours Oxford United. Owen James and Albie Hopkins are on board for City.

Gloucester City have also taken one of Oxford United's players on loan. Young striker Dejon Noel-Williams joins the Tigers.

Bolton Wanderers Goalkeeper Jake Turner will be a Darlington player for the remainder of the season after joining on loan.

Jason Banton has swapped the Gulls for the White Tigers - moving from leaders Torquay United to Truro City.

Marc Richards has bolstered his front line after Cameron Ebbutt signed terms with Hereford after impressing on trial.

Salford City have announced Dennis Politic has returned to parent club Bolton Wanderers as he steps up his return from a shoulder injury.

National League South promotion chasers Woking have added Moussa Diarra to their squad. The 29-year-old arrives from Dover Athletic.

Where next?

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