Huddersfield Town go into this pre-season on the back of their play-off heart break at the end of last season, but hopes are high that the Terriers can go again next time round.
Carlos Corberan’s side surprised everyone with their top-six finish last season.
The Yorkshire side stayed inside the top-six for much of the season, proving consistent and efficient throughout the entire campaign.
Corberan made some shrewd signings last summer and he looks set to do the same again this summer, with one name linked with the club being Jack Rudoni.
The 22-year-old AFC Wimbledon man has reportedly seen bids surpassing £1million rejected by his club, with The Sun reporting that Huddersfield Town, Sunderland and Bristol City have all had bids rejected.
Elsewhere, Town have been mentioned alongside a number of other Championship clubs in the race for Bournemouth’s Robbie Brady.
The Irishman is out of contract at the end of this month and his club have the option to extend his stay by a further year, but they are yet to trigger that, leading to speculation about his summer ahead.
Lastly, Pipa looks set to leave Huddersfield Town after a two-year stay with the club.
The Spanish right-back is wanted by Olympiacos and ExaminerLive report that the Greek club have tabled an improved bid for the 24-year-old, and that Pipa is now on the verge of leaving the Terriers.
All in all, Town don’t look likely to break the bank this summer, but instead continue on their positive trajectory under Corberan.
If Town are to compete again next season though, then a few more additions are needed this summer.