The transfer window closes at 23:00 GMT tonight, keep up to date with all the latest deals and breaking transfer news here in the Welsh Premier League. It promises to be yet another busy deadline day as clubs scramble to sign new players to boost their ambitions in the second phase of the season.
(Courtesy of Carmarthen Town)
Lee Idzi and the club have agreed that Lee will be released from his contract following our Welsh Cup game with Airbus due to personal circumstances. The Citizens have thanked Lee for his excellent service over the last 3 seasons and wish him well for the future.
Manager Ian Hughes said: "It's great that we have signed Luke for the remainder of the season, he has been away for a couple of years so it's important that he fits quickly into the way we do things and team ethos we have at the club. I'm sure Luke will relish the chance to play for his home town club again and now he's got a chance to prove his worth to the squad before we reassess all players at the end of the season."
Luke technically joins the club from Penrhyncoch, but as he did not play any competitive games for the Roosters, nor any games in this season's Welsh Cup, he goes straight into the Black and Greens' squad for tomorrow's game at home to Afan Lido (ko 5.15pm).
(Courtesy of Aberystwyth Town)
The 23 year-old former Newport County prospect joins having scored 12 goals so far this season, including both of Lido's goals in their 2-1 win at Bastion Gardens earlier in the season. Hartland's previous clubs also include Cinderford Town, Goytre United, Newtown and Port Talbot Town.
Town chief operating officer, Leigh Williams, said: "I would like to welcome Chris to the club and I'm sure Town fans will be pleased with our latest signing. Chris is a fantastic player who knows where the net is, 12 goals last season and 8 so far this season, so hopefully he can carry on that form with us."
Hartland has scored a total of 23 goals from 83 appearances in the Welsh Premier League, and has been one of few shining lights in Lido's struggling campaign. Hartland also controversially beat Town striker Lee Hunt to this season's November goal of the month with a stunning volley.
(Courtesy of http://www.rhyljournal.co.uk/)
The 22-year-old started his career in the youth set-up at Real Aviles and progressed to the reserve squad before making three appearances in the Spanish Segunda Division B. Rodriguez joined FC United last May and had made 13 full and five substitute appearances.
Don't worry, we hate spam as much as you do. We will only send you the latest updates and anything we think you will enjoy reading about.