Charlton Athletic are expecting to make some more signings this weekend, as per a report by London News Online.
The Addicks’ transfer embargo has been lifted now that Thomas Sandgaard is the new owner of the club.
Charlton brought in experienced midfielder Ben Watson yesterday and are eager to add some more new faces to their ranks.
Bowyer has said: “The embargo has been lifted, yeah. We’re moving straight away to get people signed for the weekend. We play Lincoln on Sunday and having a Sunday fixture has probably done us a favour because we’ve got that extra 24 hours to be able to bring players in who can then be available for the squad.
“A minimum of two [signings before the match] and hopefully three – I don’t think it’s the right thing to do [name the players] at the moment. We have to do it the right way in case things don’t go the way we want them to go. But all I can say is they are all good players and they are going to make us better.”
The news of Sandgaard’s takeover is a massive boost to Charlton and they can finally start making plans for the future.
The Addicks won on the opening day against Crewe Alexandra but lost last time out against Doncaster Rovers.
Sunday’s game against in-form Lincoln City will be a tough one for the London side but they go into it in good spirits.
In other Charlton news, they are bracing themselves for another bid from Celtic for Alfie Doughty, as per The72.