Leyton Orient will make a decision over potential transfer targets in ‘the next couple of days’ according to assistant coach Ross Embleton, report the East London & West Essex Guardian.
The O’s have made two summer signings so far, with midfielder Dale Gorman arriving from League Two side Stevenage, while Tranmere Rovers striker James Alabi swapped Prenton Park for the Breyer Group Stadium .
When asked by the Guardian Series last week, Embleton had previously stated that the O’s were in no rush to bring in any new additions to the club, with Orient prepared to bide their time to identify the right type of character who would fit into the squad.
But quizzed about any further movements in the transfer market after Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw with Ebbsfleet, Embleton admitted that the coaching staff would sit down in ‘the next couple of days’ to discuss potential new additions to the squad and any targets they wish to contact.
Embleton said: “The window doesn’t quite shut as it does with everybody else. We are definitely looking in certain areas. I won’t give away too much as we don’t want to alert people to the particular players we are looking at.
“It’s something we are continuously monitoring. Over the next couple of days, we’ll then make a decision over whether we need a player in a certain position and we’ll have those targets and decide which one we hone in on.”
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