Mansfield Town boss Steve Evans says he is hoping to get three new faces into the One Call Stadium before the January transfer window closes at 11pm on Tuesday night.
He revealed at Monday afternoon's press conference that one player had been at the club earlier that day having a look around and that he was waiting on confirmation from the player's current club that the deal can go through.
Evans is hoping to tie up that transfer on Monday and says two more could be completed on Tuesday should everything go to plan.
It has been also been confirmed that the club received a good offer for one of Mansfield's current players but that has been turned down after Evans was asked by chairman John Radford to have the final say on whether to accept it.
Meanwhile, another strong side is expected to be fielded in Tuesday afternoon's reserve game against Chesterfield which will take place at Rainworth Miners Welfare's Kirklington Road ground.
Fringe first team players such as Scott Shearer, Jamie McGuire, Yoann Arquin and Patrick Hoban will be amongst a number who will take part in the game to help keep their fitness up ahead of Saturday's League Two trip to Barnet.
And, Evans also took time to praise the atmosphere at the 2-0 home victory over Leyton Orient at the weekend where a new singing section was housed in Q Block in the Ian Greaves Stand.
He told Mansfield 103.2 that it was the noisiest that he had experienced as Stags manager whilst the members of his squad who had been at the club a number of years also told him that they had not heard anything like it before.
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