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Ardley eyes more new faces

Manager Neal Ardley says there are more signings to come at AFC Wimbledon.

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Neal Ardley: More signings imminent

Neal Ardley: More signings imminent

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Ardley has already made four additions to his squad with Ross Worner, Ashley Bayes, Charlie Sheringham and George Francomb arriving.

Ardley admitted last week the club are pursuing a deal for former Gillingham captain Andy Frampton and has hinted there could be further deals to be done.

"Things are getting there now," he told the Epsom Guardian.

"These things take time and I never felt at any point like it was going away from us, so absolutely chuffed with the way it has been going.

"Hopefully there will be more soon. We are working incredibly hard on it but as always there are deals you feel you are getting down the line on and then they don't come off, so who knows?

"But we hope by the end of the week we will have some more."

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