Bradford City are already making plans for the January transfer window.

Bradford City have been keeping one eye on the winter market despite the summer window recently shutting, as per a report by the Telegraph and Argus. 

The Bantams parted company with recruitment director Lee Turnbull this past week, as announced by their official club website, and an announcement on changes to the club’s recruitment department are expected over the next couple of weeks.

Busy summer

Bradford had a busy past summer and ended up bringing in 10 new faces.

It has been a transitional period for the Yorkshire club over recent times and they backed new boss Derek Adams by allowing him to bring in his own types of players following his arrival from Morecambe.

Start to the season

Bradford have made a fairly solid start to the new season and currently lie in 9th place.

Promotion is the aim this term and they have a manager who knows what it takes to get out of this division.

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They have won three, drawn three and lost two out of their opening eight matches.

Barrow held them at home yesterday in what turned out to be a frustrating afternoon.

What next?

The Bantams are in EFL Trophy action against Manchester United Under-21’s in midweek which is a chance for some fringe players to get some minutes.

They then take on Crawley Town away next weekend.

Adams will be keen to have his side in a strong position by the turn of the year and then potential new additions in January would hopefully help get them over the line.