League Two side Mansfield Town have signed up former Yeovil Town loanee Craig Davies. The 32 year old has penned a two year contract at Field Mill, after he left Oldham Athletic, paying an undisclosed fee to take him from the relegated League Two side.
Davies is one of three players that Mansfield have signed today, including Yeovil Town winger Otis Khan, who signed for them on what is officially an undisclosed fee. They've also taken on Nottingham Forest striker Tyler Walker on a season long loan, with the 21 year old having had a string of previous loans including Stevenage, Port Vale and Bolton Wanderers.
Craig Davies was a Terry Skiverton loanee during the 2009-10 season, who was drafted in from Brighton and Hove Albion, who at that time were being managed by Russell Slade. He went on to have a particularly successful career with Chesterfield and Barnsley. His move to Oldham Athletic in June 2017 was his second spell with the club, having featured between 2007 and 2009, and he scored 14 goals for them at League One level last season. However, he now drops a division to sign for the Stags. Chief Executive Carolyn Radford said of the decision to bring in Khan and Davies:
"We've had to remain patient and professional in equal measure but we know these signings will excite our supporters and add real quality to our squad. We have been closely monitoring Otis and Craig for some time and their desire and hunger to play for the Stags are qualities which fit perfectly into our model."
Link: Craig Davies : Yeovil Town Statistics.
Link: Khan Move To Stags Is Confirmed.
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