Peterborough United Director of Football Barry Fry has revealed that the club want to sign six new players this summer.
Posh are preparing for a season in the Championship after winning promotion from League One by finishing second behind Hull City.
The club have not been in the second-tier since 2012/13, when they finished 22nd under the management of Darren Ferguson, who is now in his third spell at the club.
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They are looking to compete in the Championship this time around, though, and are planning for a busy summer that could see a number of players come through the door at London Road.
Peterborough have already announced a clutch of new contracts, tying down the likes of Ricky Jade-Jones and centre-back Ronnie Edwards among others.
And Fry has now confirmed that the club are in search of some experienced talent to bolster Ferguson’s squad ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.
Speaking exclusively to The Transfer Tavern, Fry said: “We tied six of our players who were already under contract with us to new three-year contracts because they got us there, and the spirit of everybody got us there, and we had the nucleus of a good side, so we want to keep that together.
“It is important in the Championship that we add to that and we would like to sign another six players to strengthen the squad, to go with the already very good, very hungry, very young squad.
“Apart from Beevers, all of our players are really young and you need one or two experienced players in your side that’s played in the Championship before to help the other lads. The other lads, some of the younger lads, have come on leaps and bounds.”
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