Date: 9th June 2021 at 8:28am
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Keeping an eye on all the emerging transfer speculation is proving to be an entertaining enterprise.

It was not that long ago that, here at Vital Luton Town, we were covering the speculation relating to the Swindon Town midfielder, Scott Twine.

Our latest article on the player – target-not-sure-about-leaving-his-current-club – implied that the 21-year-old might be looking to renew his contract at Swindon rather than move on.

Well, it seems Twine has decided to move on but has decided that League One is his preferred destination with Luton Today, confirming that Twine has agreed to join the MK Dons.

Last season, while at Swindon and out on loan at Newport County, Twine scored 14 goals and provided 9 assists.

At 21-years-of-age, to me, he looked to be a decent gamble and could well have made the step up to Championship football with no problem.

Furthermore, with the Hatters midfield contingent slowly being depleted with Dewsbury-Hall. Tom Ince, George Moncur and possibly Ruddock Mpanzu and Morrell also set to leave, Twine would have had as much chance as anyone else of making a lasting impression in a Hatters shirt.

But I am guessing the lure of the concrete cows and a plethora of roundabouts took his fancy.

Never mind, some you win and some you lose.

COYH’s

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13 Replies to “Luton Miss Out On Signing Emerging Midfielder”

  • Morning mh, yes twine has signed for the dons. An just maybe no championship sides feel he’s ready and didn’t offer him terms. Have you thought of that. we certainly didn’t offer him anything. Or maybe he wants garenteed first team football that he will get in lge 1.as for ourselves I think we have more than enough midfielders already so I’m not worried on that score.

  • i think Chris is right, it does sounds like no Championship clubs came in for him despite all the previous talk linking him to various clubs. Clearly not the most ambitious lad judged on his previous comments so maybe playing in an empty stadium suits his aspirations.

    COYH

  • That’s a bit hard danny, but I think you are both right if the money was there he would have taken it. Must like playing in empty stadiums . I think we need someone who can play that killer pass .

    • Hi Andrew, with regards to a player with a killer pass. That may have to wait. The club is working hard to find 1 or 2 strikers to fill Collins boots. An waiting to see what happens at Newcastle. As its very unlikely kdh will return. And till prem clubs return an finalise there first teams a young midfielder will probably have to come in after the start of the season.

  • Striker is priority, but the midfield could be very thin if pelly, tunicliff and obviously Morrell go…..work to he done all round I think….

  • think we have got enough in defence and midfield. let some youngsters step up,got to do it sooner or later. COYH.

  • What about rea🤔 an naismith an osho can do it as well. Not that I don’t agree we could strengthen.

    • Hi Alan, hi Alan I saw that on the site as well. But I tend to find that one is rarely right or very late with new news.

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