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Exeter City transfer deadline day round up

Stockley, Boateng, Wilson and Edwards join the Grecians

31 August 2017

It has been a busy transfer deadline day at Exeter City with four players coming in and one going out. Here is our round-up of the day's news.

9am: Kane Wilson signs on loan from West Bromwich Albion on loan until January. Wilson, who has represented England at under-16 and under-17 level, is currently away on duty for his country and will link up with the Exeter City squad next week. Read more about Kane here 

10.30am: David Wheeler joins QPR. Exeter City forward David Wheeler agrees a three-year deal at Championship side QPR. City manager, Paul Tisdale, said: "It is another success story from Exeter City for player development." Full story here

2pm: Kyle Edwards joins City on loan from West Browmwich Albion until January. Speaking about the player West Brom professional development phase coach Darren Moore, said: "He has the ability to go past people and create things and I am pleased that he is going to Exeter as they have a great reputation and philosophy for playing good, attacking football.” Read about Kyle Edwards here

3pm: Jayden Stockley joins for a club record fee from Aberdeen. The 23-year-old striker, who spent the second half of the 2015/16 season on loan at the Grecians put pen to paper on a permanent deal at the club. Read about his reasons for wanting to return here.

5pm: Hiram Boateng joins on a permanent deal from Crystal Palace. The 21-year-old midfielder, who arrived on a free, said he wanted to sign for the club after talking with manager Paul Tisdale and former teammates Reuben Reid, Luke Croll and Dean Moxey. Read his thoughts here.


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