On the move
Sunday 08 September 1996
Claus Lundekvam (defender) Brann (Nor) to Southampton (pounds 400,000); Paul Barnes (forward) Birmingham to Burnley (pounds 350,000); Andy Turner (winger) Tottenham to Portsmouth (pounds 200,000); Shaun Taylor (defender) Swindon to Bristol City (pounds 50,000 plus appearance increments); Andy Watson (forward) Blackpool to Walsall (pounds 60,000 plus appearance increments); Tony Parks (goalkeeper) Falkirk to Blackpool (undisclosed); Kelham O'Hanlon (goalkeeper) Dundee Utd to Preston (undisclosed); Kevin McGowne (defender) St Johnstone to Kilmarnock (undisclosed); Jamie Pollock (midfielder) Middlesbrough to Osasuna (Sp) (free); Bobby Mimms (goalkeeper) Crystal Palace to Preston (free); Alex Ross (forward) Brechin to Ross County (free); Ray Wilkins (midfielder) Queen's Park Rangers to Wycombe (non-contract); Stefano Salvatore (midfielder) Atalanta (It) to Heart of Midlothian (trial); Mark Ward (midfielder) Birmingham City to Motherwell (trial).
Lee Ashcroft (forward) West Bromwich to Preston; Michael Barron (defender) Middlesbrough to Hartlepool; Wayne Burnett (midfielder) Bolton to Huddersfield; Wayne Sutton (defender) Derby to Hereford; Ian Helliwell (midfielder) Burnley to Mansfield; Chris Holland (midfielder) Newcastle to Birmingham; Darren Huckerby (forward) Newcastle to Millwall; Steve Mautone (goalkeeper) West Ham to Crewe; John Walker (midfielder) Grimsby to Mansfield; Scott McGleish (forward) Peterborough to Cambridge Utd.
Queen's Park Rangers: Out: Ray Wilkins. In: Frank Sibley (caretaker). Raith Rovers: In: Tommy McLean.
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