ADVER Sport reporter Jonny Leighfield rounds up the latest transfer deals involving League Two clubs.

COLCHESTER UNITED have completed the double signing of Frank Nouble and Alan Judge on free transfers.

The latest deals make it seven additions overall by new boss Hayden Mullins since he was handed the job on a permanent basis at the end of last season.

Nouble spent the second half of the campaign at loan at the U’s in his second spell for the club and agreed a two-year deal after being released by Plymouth.

He said: “Colchester United was always my first choice, Colchester will always be the closest to my heart. I’ve still got that feeling that it’s unfinished business here.”

Midfielder Judge has also agreed a contract until 2023 after he left Ipswich at the conclusion of the previous season.

“Everything attracted me to the club,” he said. “There is a good training ground, good young lads coming through, and there is now a good core group of experience.

“I was lucky enough to have a few offers from League One, but everything ticked the box here with what we are trying to do.”

Nouble and Judge follow Cole Skuse, Harry Beadle, Luke Chambers, Luke Hannant and Freddie Sears in joining Colchester ahead of the new campaign.

TRANMERE ROVERS have completed the signing of midfielder Ryan Watson following his release by Northampton Town.

The 27-year-old – a boyhood Rovers fan – scored eight goals in 39 League One appearances for the Cobblers last season and has signed a two-year deal at Prenton Park.

Manager Micky Mellon said: “We have been working extremely hard to get this deal done. Ryan attracted interest from a number of clubs, but he only wanted to play for Tranmere.

“When I spoke to Ryan, I felt both his and his family’s passion for the club. I can’t wait for his family to see him play for Tranmere.”

BRADFORD CITY have signed former Salford City player Oscar Threlkeld on a two-year deal.

The versatile 26-year-old is the third new player to be added under new boss Derek Adams, and has played for his new boss at Plymouth Argyle, with whom he earned promotion in 2017, before spending the last two seasons with Salford.