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Derby County targeting three new signings, including a 27-goal striker

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Derby County are expected to be one of the most busy clubs during the summer transfer window, as Paul Warne prepares for the Championship.

Derby intends to get the ground running with their transfer business as a busy summer in Derbyshire approaches.

The Rams have yet to disclose their released/retained list, but once they do, fans will have a better notion of where Paul Warne has to improve.

Warne has stated that he requires something in every position due to the high level of competition in the Championship, but there are a few people on their radar right now. This article summarizes the most recent Derby County transfer news and rumors.

Derby County ‘open talks’ to sign Herbie Kane

Derby’s midfield needs severe surgery. Max Bird has moved permanently to Bristol City, while Ebou Adams will return to his parent club Cardiff City.

The Rams did make a £250,000 bid for Adams a few weeks ago, but the newest name to appear on their radar is Barnsley midfielder Herbie Kane.

Kane is expected to leave the Tykes when his contract expires in June, and Derby County, according to Alan Nixon, are prepared to initiate talks with the 25-year-old on a free transfer.

Last season in League One, the English maestro scored nine goals and assisted six times.

Derby County set sights on Sheffield Wednesday’s Josh Windass

Sheffield Wednesday striker Josh Windass’ future is now uncertain.

Although he is negotiating a new contract in S6, numerous Championship clubs, including Stoke City, Hull City, West Brom, and the Rams, are expressing interest.

As of now, it is unclear whether he will continue at Hillsborough this summer, but if he does, a slew of second-tier clubs will be vying for his services.

Windass scored six goals in 25 appearances last season as the Owls staged one of the greatest comebacks in Championship history.

Derby considering move for Charlton striker Alfie May

Derby are seeking to improve their front line with quality. Last season in League One, the Rams scored the joint-fewest goals among top-six teams.

It’s an area where they need to improve if they want to continue in the second tier, as links to Charlton Athletic striker Alfie May have surfaced.

May finished as the division’s top scorer with 27 goals, which piqued Derby’s interest.

Keep an eye on all of the latest Derby transfer gossip, as it looks the Rams are seeking to get their business started early in preparation for the Championship.

 

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