LUTON Town have made their sixth signing of the summer as the Hatter’s boss, Nathan Jones, included goalkeeper Marek Stech to his ranks.

The 27-year-old, who played for Yeovil during their brief stint in the Championship in 2013, has signed a two year deal after leaving Sparta Prague.

NEWPORT County will not play any games at home in the opening three weeks of the season as Rodney Parade is undergoing work on the pitch.

The fixtures for League Two are due out on Wednesday morning.

CREWE Alexandra are said to be considering whether they should offer former Manchester United and Blackburn Rovers defender Wes Brown a contract at the club.

The 37-year-old has made over 450 career appearances to date, but despite this, the five-time Premier League winner wasn’t offered a new contract at the end of the season following Blackburn’s relegation to League One.

FOREST Green Rovers goalkeeper Sam Russell has signed a new one-year-deal with Mark Cooper’s side.

The former Gateshead man made 144 appearances for the club before spending 2015-2016 in Tyne & Wear ahead of his return to the New Lawn at the start of last season.

That isn’t the only piece of business completed by Cooper as his son, Charlie Cooper, has agreed to join the club after a successful loan spell from Birmingham City.

HARRY Beautyman, who was link with a move to Swindon Town last summer, has agreed to join Stevenage following his release from Northampton Town.

After joining Northampton from Peterborough on a two-year-deal, the 25-year-old saw his playing time restricted at Sixfields after the arrival of manager Justin Edinburgh in January. n GARY Caldwell has added non-league prospect Jordan Sinnott plus Delial Brewster and Jerome Binnom-Williams to the Chesterfield squad.

Attacking midfielder Sinnott joins from National League side Halifax, after impressing the former Wigan Athletic manager during their play-off campaign.

Brewster has had brief spells with Southport and Stockport County and was previously on the books at both Liverpool and Everton, he agreed to join following his release from the Premier League side.

Meanwhile, Binnom-Williams joins from Peterborough after his contract at the ABAX Stadium was cancelled with mutual consent.

NOTTS County have announced a slightly more unorthodox sponsorship deal as singer Jake Bugg will have his name branded on the player’s shirts in November.

Bugg, who rose to fame in 2012 with his self-titled album, is a lifelong fan of the club and is one of 10 new sponsors who have agreed month long deals with the club.

SPECULATION linking Carlisle manager Keith Curle to the Aberdeen job has come to an end after manager Derek McInnes decided to stay put at the Scottish club, despite interest from recently relegated Sunderland.