Date: 24th June 2009 at 7:02pm
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Ashley VincentCheltenham Town – Pens three-year deal following successful loan spell at the Community Stadium. Done Deal!

Danny WoodardsCrewe Alexandra – A number of League One clubs, including the U’s, keen on the young right-back but MK Dons win race. No Deal!

Jimmy WalkerFree Agent – Veteran stopper thought to be attracting Lambert’s attention after impressive loan spell last season. Likely!

Grant HoltShrewsbury Town – Despite having an initial recent £250,000 bid rejected the U’s still are keen. Highly Likely!

David FoxBlackpool – Ex-Manchester United midfielder wings in to add healthy competition in the centre of midfield. Done Deal!

Magnus OkuonghaeDagenham & Redbridge – Contract rebel linked and could be the man to bolster defence. Possible!

Michael NelsonFree Agent – Wanted by a handful of clubs, in a race which results in Norwich City securing his services. No Deal!

Rob JonesHibernian – Giant center-halve was subject of January transfer bid from U’s. Possible

Lee BeeversLincoln City – Rejects offer from SPL side Motherwell is favour of move to North Essex. Done Deal!


Mark YeatesMiddlesbrough, Bristol City + Others – The tricky wide-man looks set to seal a switch to Boro. Highly Likely!

Matt LockwoodLeyton Orient – Could well link up with former boss Geraint Williams and seal an emotional return to the O’s in the process. Likely!

Jamie GuyDagenham & Redbridge – After loan spell with The Daggers last season a permanent move has been touted, could he be used as bait for Okuonghae? Possible!

Akanni-Sunday WasiuFree Agent – Nigerian front-runner will leave when his contract expires in July after unsuccessful spell. Done Deal!

Chris CoynePerth Glory + Others – Long running transfer saga looks set to end in a move back to Coyne’s homeland. Highly Likely!

Medy ElitoLeyton Orient – Another U’s player to be linked with Orient, a loan deal would be the most likely option. Possible!

Dean GerkenCharlton Athletic – Highly-rated stopper linked with Summer move to South London, although The Addicks have since rejected the claims. Unlikely!

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