Huddersfield Town owner Kevin Nagle has expressed his optimism about securing multiple new signings before the January transfer window closes. The Terriers have already welcomed two additions, Alex Matos and Bojan Radulovic, with Nagle revealing that the club has a target list of nine or ten players. Nagle hopes to secure three more signings to bolster Darren Moore’s squad as they navigate a challenging relegation battle this season.
Midfielder Matos, a Chelsea youngster, recently made his debut in the FA Cup defeat to Manchester City, while Serbian international Radulovic, the top scorer in the Finnish league, joined from HJK. Nagle anticipates around six signings in total, including recalling Brodie Spencer.
In addition to the transfer activities, Nagle disclosed plans to redevelop the stadium, describing its current state as “subpar.” He revealed ongoing discussions with the council about purchasing the property, emphasizing the need for upgrades in facilities, such as toilets and corporate boxes. Controlling the stadium would allow the club to maximize matchday revenues and enhance the overall fan experience.
Nagle’s proactive approach to both player acquisitions and stadium development suggests a commitment to strengthening Huddersfield Town’s position in the Championship and building a foundation for future success.