Former Stoke City star Ricardo Fuller and ex-Manchester United youngster Febian Brandy have linked up with Oldham Athletic on trial, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.
Fuller is a free agent after leaving Millwall at the end of last season, and he has been offered the chance to try and win a move to Oldham by new Latics boss David Dunn.
Dunn is keen to bolster his squad at Oldham after taking over from Darren Kelly earlier this month on an interim basis.
Fuller boasts a wealth of experience, with the 34-year-old counting Preston North End, Portsmouth, Southampton, Ipswich Town, Stoke City, Charlton Athletic, Blackpool and Millwall among his many former clubs.
Former Manchester United trainee Brandy is also training at Oldham, as he looks to try and win a move to the club.
Brandy is a free agent after leaving Rochdale at the end of last season, following a short stay at Spotland.
Oldham sit fourth from bottom of the third tier table after winning just one of their opening eight games in League One and Dunn is desperate to add to his squad to help them climb away from trouble.