League One transfer latest: Crawley snap up brother of Manchester United star

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Sheffield United have been busy this summer bringing players to Bramall Lane, with the likes of Andy Butler, James Wallace, Jamal Campbell-Ryce and James Wallace heading to the Steel City to play for Nigel Clough's side. However, the Blades have been dealt a blow with the news that young defender Harry Maguire hinted that he wants to leave the club. The 21-year-old came through the ranks with United, but with Hull City and Wolves both looking to sign the £3m-rated centre back this summer, Maguire says he could move on.

"Playing in the Premier League and Europe will be a dream for me at this stage of my career," said Maguire. "I’ve played nearly 170 games, I’m just 21 and the Sheffield United fans know I’ve given my all in every game I’ve played."

Meanwhile, Notts County were dealt a huge blow this weekend as star striker Jimmy Spencer was ruled out for the whole season having sustained a knee injury in a pre-season match. Manager Shaun Derry has needed a boost, and one could be on the way in the form of winger Zeli Ismail.

The Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster, 20, impressed during a spell with Burton Albion last season and was tipped to join Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen on loan, but now it seems that the Magpies have swooped in to sign Ismail, who will fill the void left by former Aston Villa loanee Jack Grealish.

Elsewhere, Crawley Town are busy undergoing a huge squad overhaul this summer, and manager John Gregory has made his 11th signing today with the capture of 24-year-old winger Lewis Young. The former Watford trainee is the brother of Manchester United's Ashley Young, and Gregory was delighted to land his signature.

"Lewis gives us something different," said the former Derby County and Aston Villa boss. "He’s quick and can play on either flank and even up front. We think he’s got a lot to offer and it’s our job to create the right environment for him to flourish."

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